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Search Screen locations

Search Screen locations

  • Key features New Zealand's busiest terminal
    Historic Building
  • Situated Within Wellington travel zone
    8km to Stone Street Studios
    19km to Avalon Studios
  • Location access Private
  • Used in Goodbye Pork Pie

First built in 1874, and officially completed in 1937, the Wellington Railway Station is New Zealand's busiest terminal.

The U-shaped building is 23.5 metres high, 105.5 metres long, with the front entrance of the station building dominated by a colonnade of eight, 13 metre Doric columns, opening onto a large booking hall decorated with a marble terrazzo floor and delicately mottled dados that extend to the high, vaulted ceiling.

The Wellington Railway Station has national architectural significance.

Location details:

  • Biggest and busiest railway station in lower North Island
  • Costs associated with filming at the station
  • Require one months notice

For train or timetable information, please visit or phone the Metlink Service Centre on 0800 801 700