If delegates enjoy being active, there are endless options to keep them busy around the Wellington region.
Wellington Harbour Scenic Flight
Shed 6 , Queens Wharf , Wellington
Wellington Helicopters invites your guests on a scenic flight that starts in the heart of the capital city before heading out to explore the boundaries of Wellington Harbour. They will take in views of Zealandia, Matiu/Somes Island and Cook Strait, the stretch of water between the North and South Islands of New Zealand. On returning back to the city glimpse famous landmarks such as our parliament buildings and Te Papa, the national museum.
292 Boom Rock Road, Ohariu Valley, Wellington
Situated on 8km of stunning untouched coastline, Boomrock is perched on 250m cliffs with breathtaking views over the South Island. Boomrock’s natural beauty and isolated location provide an environment conducive to fresh thinking and inspiration. Boomrock offers stylish cuisine, fine New Zealand wines, impeccable hospitality and some of the world's most exciting and innovative activities. Balance the challenge and thrill on the purpose-built car testing circuit with extreme golf, supervised clay target shooting, archery, skirting the cliffs in a rally car, and scenic helicopter flights.
Wellington surf Lessons
78 Lyall Parade , Lyall Bay, Wellington
Wellington Surf Lessons provide fun and enjoyable lessons for both beginner and advanced level students. Experienced instructors have classes running every day the surf is up (summer and winter), so you can get the best opportunities to surf quality waves. They run super fun group classes and private lessons if you'd like to fast track your surfing, you can book your own Personal Surf Trainer, so you can get your surfing to where it needs to be!
Learn to sail
103 Oriental Parade, Oriental Bay , Wellington
Try something different with your colleagues - go sailing. Sailing is an activity that gets everyone to work together while going out and experiencing the thrill of Wellington's wind. Depending on your aims, group size and weather conditions we have a range of options from just going out for a blast to match racing between the boats. All of the necessary gear is supplied - high-quality MUSTO wet weather jackets and pants, a lifejacket, an experienced instructor and yachts custom-designed for sail training in Wellington.
High ropes course
Okowai Road, Aotea, Porirua
The courses at Adrenalin Forest are designed to challenge you emotionally and physically. Bring your workmates and challenge your skills as a team in an unfamiliar environment. Use the pathways to figure out each others strengths, weaknesses and see how well your team adapts to complete the challenges. Adrenalin Forest is a great group activity for all ages and abilities. Test everyone's limits and make your way through the bridge, swing and treetop courses.
Remutaka Cycle Trail
95 Hutt Park Road , Moera , Lower Hutt
Leave the busy city behind and explore some of the countryside for which New Zealand’s North Island is famous on this 1-day Rimutaka cycle tour from Wellington. Choose the starting point to match your fitness level, then follow your guide along the gentle Rimutaka Rail Trail by bike. Spin across bridges over deep gorges and through tunnels beneath rolling hills. Head along cycle trails through dense forest, and soak up fine views over New Zealand’s rugged landscapes as your guide shares details on the region’s native flora and fauna.
15 Kingsford Smith Street, Rongotai , Wellington
Take a fishing trip and venture out wide to target hapuku (groper) on the turn of tide as well as inshore fishing for snapper, kingfish, trevallly, gurnard, bluecod, tarakihi albacore tuna and various other species. Tailored trips are available to suit your requirements which could include albatross and dolphin watching, a bbq lunch or breakfast, a swim or dive, or just full-on fishing.;
Sailing Private Chater
Central Waterfront, Queens Wharf , Wellington
Sailing on Megisti is a great idea for a corporate event. Your team will love the experience, which can include raising the big sail, grinding the winches, tacking the big cat, kayaking, learning to paddleboard and even navigation skills.
Kayak to Somes Island
Shed 6 , Queens Wharf , Wellington
Somes (Matiu) Island is a predator-free, scientific and historical site rich with multicultural history. A paddle over will take you to a track around the island offering 360° views of Wellington harbour - with native wildlife, remnants from the world wars, historic quarantine buildings, and a lighthouse, there is plenty to keep you interested.