Wellington Blurbs

Do you need Wellington text for your brochures or websites? Well, lucky for you, here are some that we prepared earlier. Feel free to use them and claim them as your own

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Blurb - 75 words

Surrounded by nature and fuelled by a legendary creative energy, Wellington is a compact city with a powerful mix of culture, history, nature and cuisine. Fuel your visit with strong coffee and world-class craft beer, wander through hidden laneways, experience Te Papa’s interactive museum magic, be inspired by incredible live events and go behind the scenes to learn movie magic secrets in the heart of Wellywood and acclaimed nature experiences just minutes from the CBD. 

Blurb - 175 words

Surrounded by hills and a sparkling harbour Wellington is a little city with a big heart.

Surrounded by nature and fuelled by creative energy, Wellington is a compact city with a powerful mix of culture, history, nature and cuisine. Fuel your visit with strong coffee, refresh with legendary craft beer and fill your belly kai from award-winning restaurants, colourful markets and food trucks.  

Wander through hidden laneways to discover street art, experience world-class museums including Te Papa, and be inspired by performing arts and unforgettable live events. Get outdoors in Wellington's big backyard and walk, run or ride along one of the region's many stunning trails. These awe-inspiring landscapes are the perfect backdrops for movie-making magic, which can be experienced on a film location tour or a Studio Tour at Weta Workshop.

Wellington Airport is just 15 minutes from the city centre making it an ideal destination for a weekend visit or make it a longer visit to explore the region and discover wine villages, island nature reserves, beautiful coastlines and destination shopping and dining.

Blurb - 466 words

Surrounded by hills and a sparkling harbour Wellington is a little city with a big heart. Aotearoa’s capital city is fuelled by creative energy with a powerful mix of culture, history, nature and cuisine.

Known as the culinary capital for good reason with more than its fair share of award-winning eateries, plus colourful markets and food trucks. Wellington is home to New Zealand’s biggest food festival Visa Wellington On a Plate and Beervana, an annual celebration of craft beer. Wellingtonians are fuelled by strong coffee and you’ll find cafés and local roasteries everywhere you need one. Petone’s Jackson Street is a culinary destination where you can eat your way around the world and Upper Hutt’s Brewtown is a must-visit for all craft beer lovers. Wellington’s got its own wine-making region that’s famous for its pinot noir. Martinborough is a super compact wine-making village which is easy to explore by bike or you can even walk between vineyards.

Wander through hidden laneways to discover street art and follow the sculpture walks along the waterfront. Experience world-class museums and galleries – Te Papa is a must-visit, but also add The Dowse and Wellington Museum to your list. Get behind-the-scenes and learn the secrets of movie making in the heart of ‘Wellywood’ on a Studio Tour at Weta Workshop.

Be transported out of your everyday by incredible live events and performing arts. Wellington is home to the annual World of WearableArt (WOW) Award Show, plus Royal New Zealand Ballet and New Zealand Symphony Orchestra call the capital home, too.

CubaDupa is a street party in honour of Wellington’s best-known and most colourful street, Cuba Street, and once every two years, New Zealand Festival of the Arts brings a unique and compelling mix of performing arts, music and literary events to the city. Wellington Jazz Festival fills the capitals venues and craft beer bars with live soulful music and Jim Beam Homegrown is a buzzy music festival held on Wellington’s waterfront at the end of each summer.

With nature quite literally on Wellington’s doorstep, it’s easy to have a nature experience that you’ll never forget. Named by Time magazine in their 2019 list of the 100 greatest places on earth, Zealandia ecosanctuary is a must-visit. 
Spend a night glamping on Kāpiti Island, a world-renowned nature reserve where you’ll get the chance to spot kiwi and learn about the island’s Māori history and present. Get out on a walk, run or ride along one of the Wellington region’s trails – the   Remutaka Cycle Trail is one for your bucket list.

Wellington Airport is just 15 minutes from the city centre making it an ideal destination for a weekend visit or make it a longer visit to explore the region and discover wine villages, island nature reserves, beautiful coastlines and destination shopping and dining.