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Called the world’s ‘coolest little capital’ Wellington is known for its vibrant arts scene, world class café and restaurant culture, and active outdoor lifestyle. An easily walkable downtown area is set around an attractive waterfront. Wellington enjoys more cafes, bars and restaurants than New York City, and its coffee and craft beer producers are internationally recognised. A creative, cosmopolitan city, Wellington combines the sophistication of a capital with the warmth and personality of a village.
Famous for arts, culture, cuisine and lifestyle, Wellington is a vibrant capital city, at the southern tip of New Zealand’s North Island.
Energetic and creative, Wellington has been called the world’s ‘coolest little capital’. Wellingtonians enjoy an outdoor lifestyle, close to nature, thanks to its harbourside setting and 425 hectares of bush-clad town belt. With reportedly more cafés, bars and restaurants per capita than New York, the city is known for its lively nightlife and world-class culinary scene. Already proud of its internationally-recognised coffee culture, Welllington has become the hub of New Zealand’s craft beer revolution, with experimental breweries and specialist bars popping up all over the city.
Home to national museums, galleries and theatres, the city is at the heart of New Zealand’s arts and culture, and Wellington’s innovative film production and digital technology sectors have built a worldwide reputation. The city combines the sophistication, cosmopolitan outlook and global reach of a capital city, along with the warmth and personality of a village.
Famous for a vibrant creative culture fuelled by great food, wine, craft beer and coffee, Wellington is a cosmopolitan city with an energetic personality. Nestled between the fertile rural heartland of New Zealand’s North Island, and the bountiful waters of Cook Strait, this harbour city is the country’s capital.
An easily walkable downtown leads to a waterfront precinct dotted with parks, cafes and weekend markets. Threaded with 425 hectares of bush-clad town belt and a bordered by a coast of long, sandy beaches and rugged shorelines, the city sits lightly on the landscape. In Wellington people live and work close to nature.
Fresh, locally sourced produce from land and sea is well served by Wellington’s many restaurants - the city is said to have more eateries per capita than New York. Global influences from a diverse population, plus a competitive restaurant scene have made Wellington into a world-class culinary destination. At the centre of the Classic New Zealand Wine Trail, the perfect local match to any dish is easily found.
Internationally recognised for roasting and presentation, Wellington serves some of the best coffee on the planet. And, in recent years, the craft beer revolution has caught the city’s imagination, with experimental micro-breweries and specialist bars springing up all over.
From classical institutions to major contemporary cultural events, Wellington is a hub for artistic expression. Museums, theatres, public sculpture and poetry are woven into the urban landscape, creating an environment of discovery and storytelling.
Wellington values imaginative thinking and its connected lifestyle encourages collaboration. It is a place of the possible, where every day new ideas are generated and solutions are brought to life. From worldwide game-changers to exclusive boutique artisanry, creative innovation drives economic growth in Wellington. The city is fertile ground for the next big thing, with a highly educated, high-earning population packed with thinkers, dreamers and doers.
When connectivity is a given, lifestyle attracts talent. That’s an emerging reality which bodes well for Wellington’s future. People love life in their city, and they’re fiercely proud of it. They know they enjoy the best of both worlds; the sophistication, cosmopolitan outlook and global reach of a capital city, along with the independent community spirit of a village. It’s this energy and attitude that makes us… Absolutely Positively Wellington.