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Wellington Botanic Garden Visit Wellington Botanic Garden and enjoy its 25ha of unique landscape, protected native forest, conifers, specialised plant collections, co Show on map. Timetables: Use the list to your right Select from one below Or enter your route number:. No Saved Services. Realtime Information: Current time pm. Enter a street name, stop number or station below:. No Saved Stops. Councils debate joint approach to bus priority for city Greater Wellington Regional Council and Wellington City Council are working together Getting to Wellington Zoo and Zealandia Find your way to two of Wellington's popular attractions by bus.
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Melling Line Melling - Wellington. Wairarapa Line Masterton - Wellington. Greytown - Carterton - Wairarapa College. Masterton Intermediate School - Carterton - Greytown. Bishop Viard College - Ascot Park. Its desert-like nature gives rise to its name, the Rangipo Desert. This small town is home to the New Zealand Army base. It is notable for the National Army Museum , which is well worth touring. It records the military history of New Zealand from pre-European Maori times to the present day.
Taihape calls itself the "Gumboot Capital of the World. Each year, in March, the town hosts a Gumboot Day, which includes gumboot-throwing competitions. Although small, there are a couple of good cafes in Taihape. The scenery to the south of the town is also very dramatic, with steep and unusual hill formations. At the Mangaweka Gorge, the main highway meets the Rangitikei River and there are several lookout points on the road which give a great view.
A tiny town on the intersection of State Highways 1 and 3 and there isn't really a lot here. But do stop to see the sign outside the Information Center; you'll see some very creative uses of the word "Bull" to describe local businesses. This is the largest town between Taupo and Wellington and is situated in the Manawatu district. The surrounding area is largely flat farmland. Palmerston North is a nice place to stop; it reputedly has the highest number of cafes per capita of any town in New Zealand.
A high percentage of the population are students as this is home for the main campus of Massey University and a number of other tertiary institutions. There are two routes between Palmerston North and Wellington. The most direct follows the west coast, through the small towns of Levin, Waikanae, and Paraparaumu. There are nice beaches along this stretch of coast, including Foxton, Otaki, Waikanae, and Paraparaumu. Off the coast are Kapiti Island, an important wildlife sanctuary and one of the best places in New Zealand to observe the kiwi bird in the wild.
The other route follows the other side of the Tararua Mountain Range, along state Highway 2. This is the more scenic if longer, drive. Towns include Woodville, Masterton, Carterton, and Featherston. South of Masterton, near the town of Martinborough, is the Wairarapa wine region, one of the best areas for pinot noir and other wines in New Zealand. It's a popular area for Wellingtonians to enjoy a weekend break.
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New Zealand's political capital, Wellington is also often described as the cultural capital of the country. With a magnificent harbor, great cafes and nightlife and many cultural and artistic events happening, it's a truly international city.