This vibrant and creative city is nestled between a sparkling harbor and the rolling green hills. Wellington offers a chic city experience in stunning natural setting.
Wellington is an incredibly compact city- the best way to discover is magic is on foot. The excitement of the city is only a few minutes from a peaceful walk through native bush or along rugged coastline and we want our friend to experiences while staying with us before she will go back to the Philippines.
At 4pm, We went to Brooklyn to see the Wind Turbine.
The Brooklyn wind turbine was installed on the top of a hill in Brooklyn, Wellington in March 1993 as part of a research project.
5:00 pm – We went to Mt. Victoria, this is a great vantage point to view of Wellington, surrounding hills and looking out into the Cook Straight
By 6:30 pm, We headed to Oriental Parade straight to the coastline of Wellington up to the Owhiro bay.
There is a monument on Mt Victoria called the Byrd Monument. This monument was built orginally in 1962 to honour arctic explorer Rear Admiral Richard Byrd. This has since been redesigned, it consists of over 2000 ceramic tiles depicting the Aurora Australis, or Southern Lights. Definately worth a trip up here either in the day or at night, to gaze over the city of Wellington.
After a long driver , A good dinner at Fisherman’s table -T-bone Steak, my favorite food.
and overview the beautiful Wellington at night