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AUCKLAND BOTANIC GARDENS - South Auckland

Location: Auckland - South

Auckland Botanic Gardens is home to over 10,000 plants from around the world. With something always in bloom it is a great place to take the family, enjoy a guided tour and relax in Cafe Miko. Huakaiwaka, the Auckland Botanic Gardens Visitor Centre is a unique site to launch a new product, hold conferences, team-building..(more)

THE WETA CAVE - Wellington

Location: Wellington

In our mini-museum, you come face to face with some of the characters, props and displays from your favourite movies. Read the stories of how they were brought to life and learn about the artists who created them. Entry to the Weta Cave with its museum and film screening is absolutely free - come and..(more)

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HAMILTON GARDENS - Hamilton

Location: Waikato

Hamilton Gardens is the Waikato's most popular visitor attraction and they are already gaining an international reputation. Entry is free and a visitor information centre and a cafe are located on site. Guided tours of Hamilton Gardens can be pre-arranged...(more)

AOTEA SQUARE - Auckland

Location: Auckland

Aotea Square is the unifying centre of all the activity that occurs within Auckland Live venues. At 4,500 square metres, the Square is the largest open-air space in the inner city of Auckland and is used for a myriad of different activities including festivals, parades, political rallies, cultural shows and community..(more)

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NAIRN STREET COTTAGE - Wellington

Location: Wellington - Wellington City

Built in 1858, central Wellington's oldest identified building is beautifully presented and rich with history. Displays show the ways in which the first colonials blended their lives from their Victorian homeland with the dictates of a new country. Enjoy the garden, the remaining portion of an 1840 New Zealand Company Town Acre, on which the Cottage was built...(more)

WELLINGTON MUSEUM - Wellington

Location: Wellington - Wellington City

Housed in the Bond Store, a 1892 heritage building designed by leading architect Frederick de Jersey Clere, is Wellington Museum. Set over four floors, the Museum shares some of the fascinating stories of the Wellington region. Come see the Von Kohorn Room, Wahine Theatre, The Attic, and much more!..(more)

CITY GALLERY WELLINGTON - Wellington

Location: Wellington - Wellington City

City Gallery Wellington is a dynamic cultural presence in the capital city of Aotearoa New Zealand. Whether it's the latest exhibition of New Zealand's avant-garde artists, an international collection visiting the gallery or just the gallery's renowned cafe Nikau, there are plenty of reasons to put Wellington's eyes-and-ears-on-the-arts on your..(more)

SPACE PLACE AT CARTER OBSERVATORY - Wellington

Location: Wellington

At the top of the Botanic Gardens, the Carter Observatory is home to a full-dome planetarium offering excellent shows with virtual tours of the local skies; multimedia displays of Polynesian and European navigation, Maori cosmology, space and New Zealanders; and some of NZ's finest telescopes and astronomical artefacts. Open daily 10am - 5pm (open until 9.30pm Tuesdays/Saturdays). Closed Christmas Day...(more)

CABLE CAR MUSEUM - Wellington

Location: Wellington

Bringing to life the story of Wellington's iconic cable cars is the award-winning Cable Car Museum, situated within the original Winding House. Open every day with free entry, the Museum is home to two of the original grip cars and the historic winding machinery once used to haul the cars through a series of tunnels up the steep incline...(more)

OYSTER ACCESSIBLE TRAVEL NEW ZEALAND

Location: New Zealand

Your accessible guide to New Zealand - online booking and travel site to provide you with the information you need to relax and enjoy your travels. Photographs, descriptions and reviews illustrate the accessible accommodation, things to do, adaptive equipment and transport on offer around New Zealand...(more)

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TE PAPA - NEW ZEALAND'S NATIONAL MUSEUM - Wellington

Location: Wellington

Te Papa, New Zealand's national museum, tells the wonderful stories of our past, present and future. Over 20 galleries are home to imaginative exhibitions and interactive experiences that explore NZ's unique natural environment, dynamic art heritage, interesting history and the vitality of Maori culture. Open 365 days a year from 10am to 6pm (except Christmas Day). Free admission...(more)

AIR FORCE MUSEUM OF NEW ZEALAND - Christchurch

Location: South Island

Experience one of the world's best military aviation collections at the Air Force Museum of New Zealand; from aircraft, engines and assorted parts to medals and personal war stories. Come and explore our collection, fly a simulator, take a guided tour and enjoy our children's activities. FREE ADMISSION, open daily...(more)

HAMILTON ZOO - Hamilton, Waikato

Location: Waikato - Hamilton

Home to over 600 native and exotic animals. Hamilton Zoo features large enclosures, beautiful walkways and tranquil surroundings. This experience is not to be missed. Go behind the scenes with a Face to Face encounter or catch a free zookeeper talk and learn about the personalities of our animals, their feeding and enrichment. So much here to see and do!..(more)