Blurbs about Wellington for business events

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Wellington is a compact and connected city with a powerful mix of culture, nature and cuisine. Fuel your visit with local coffee and world-class craft beer, visit national museum Te Papa Tongarewa, go behind the scenes to learn movie magic secrets in the heart of Wellywood, be inspired by incredible live events, and acclaimed nature experiences – all on the doorstep of your venue and hotel.

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Perched on the water’s edge and surrounded by nature, Wellington is a compact, connected and vibrant capital.

Located in the middle of New Zealand with daily flights from Australia and five-plus international airlines servicing the city, access in and around the city is easy. Wellington’s CBD is only a 15-minute drive from Wellington Airport, boasting multiple accommodation options for every budget, all within walking distance of our dining and cultural precincts.

Renowned for its creative and cultural heart, Wellington is home to the national museum Te Papa Tongarewa, award-winning eateries, regional wine and craft beer, and hosts a jam-packed events calendar.

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Perched on the water's edge and surrounded by nature, New Zealand's compact, connected and creative capital is home to a powerful mix of creative energy, a vibrant arts scene, innovative businesses and key decision-makers.

Located in the middle of New Zealand with daily flights from Australia and five-plus international airlines servicing the city, access in and around the city is easy. Wellington’s CBD is only a 15-minute drive from Wellington Airport, the longest commute you will have during your stay.

The walkable central city mean you spend less time travelling between your events and accommodation, and more time in the vibrant capital with no shortage of things to do or see.

Wellington’s jam-packed calendar of events and experiences will make your time in Wellington unforgettable. Visit national museum Te Papa Tongarewa, browse Cuba Street’s vintage shopping, enjoy performances at St James Theatre, take in artworks at the City Gallery or movie-making tours at Wētā Workshop. At night, enjoy a variety of bars and music on Courtenay Place and the Cuba Street precinct. Enrich yourself within the cultural precinct of Wellington.

For the foodies, soak up the atmosphere and treat your tastebuds. Wellington boasts the highest number of eateries in the country – all within a short stroll of your venue and hotel.

Wellington's dining scene is second-to-none, thanks to incredible local produce from the ocean and land, world-class wine and craft beer and outstanding hospitality. Packed with cafés and restaurants celebrating all cultures and cuisines, you're never far from delicious in Wellington.

Wellington is surrounded by beautiful scenery and green spaces. Meander along Wellington’s waterfront, perfect for a stroll with views across the harbour or to see the city lights at night, or take a stroll through beautiful native bush to Mt Victoria Lookout.

Tākina Wellington Convention and Exhibition Centre

Sitting at the heart of Wellington’s cultural precinct, Tākina Wellington Convention and Exhibition Centre is the nation’s new meeting place. It's a place of welcoming, learning, and sharing.

Inspired by Wellington’s dramatic landscape and environment, Tākina means to “invoke,” reflecting Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Wellington) as a place people come together to talk and think. With two levels of purpose-built event space designed for the ultimate experience, the ground floor will also host a premium café and a rotating calendar of world-class exhibitions.

Through local, sustainable and delicious cuisine that showcases the region, cutting-edge contemporary design and panoramic views over the city and Wellington Harbour, Tākina offers the ultimate Wellington experience.

Situated across the road from National Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in the heart of the vibrant capital, Tākina is surrounded by the city’s best accommodation and eateries, and just a 15-minute drive from the airport.


An ambitious city, Wellington has long been a leader in climate change and is already the lowest carbon city per capita in Australasia. In 2019 Wellington City Council adopted Te Atakura – First to Zero, a blueprint to make Wellington a net zero-carbon city by 2050.

Wellington was named the most livable city for two years in a row and is ranked first globally for environmental security. As a compact city, it has high use of public transport and relatively low car ownership.

Te Whanganui-a-Tara is one of the very few cities in the world experiencing an increase in biodiversity, credited to the creation of urban sanctuary Zealandia Te Māra a Tāne. As the world’s first fully-fenced urban ecosanctuary, Zealandia is pursuing a 500-year vision to regenerate the 225ha valley that the fence protects. Its work has motivated local communities across the city to all contribute toward a greener capital where nature can thrive.

Sustainability and Tākina

Environmental sustainability and resilience are at the heart of Wellington's new convention and exhibition centre, Tākina.

With a focus on reducing energy and water, sustainable materials use, and renewable energy capability, Tākina is a landmark for Wellington’s sustainable future and has been awarded a 5-Star Green Star certification representing New Zealand excellence for environmental sustainability.

Designed to operate efficiently at all levels of use, Tākina will have a 66 percent reduction in operational carbon emissions, when benchmarked against a comparable new build. Located in the heart of Wellington means more opportunities for active, eco-friendly transportation.

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