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Featured Wellington Cruises

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Princess Cruises

The Festive Australia & New Zealand Discovery by Land, Rail & Sea

  • 21 Dec 2023
  • 21 nights
  • Ship: Royal Princess
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Sydney, Australia - Fiordland National Park - Dunedin, New Zealand - Christchurch - Wellington - Tauranga - Auckland, New Zealand - Bay of Islands, New Zealand - Sydney, Australia

Includes: FREE On Board Spend of up to $350 for ALL bookings*, Three nights aboard the Indian Pacific Train*, 4★ hotel stays in Perth & Sydney included*, Exclusive FREE On Board Spend of...

3NT 4★ STAY IN SYDNEY
Royal Caribbean International

The 2023 Australia, New Zealand & South Pacific Adventure

  • 08 Feb 2023
  • 24 nights
  • Ship: Ovation of the Seas
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Sydney, Australia - Milford Sound (Cruising) - Doubtful Sound (Cruising) - Dusky Sound (Cruising) - Dunedin, Australia - Christchurch - Picton, New Zealand - Wellington, New...

Includes: FREE Stateroom Upgrades*, Exclusive FREE On Board Spend of up to $600*, Three night 4★ hotel stay in Sydney included*, Exclusive savings of up to £3,200*

5★ Premium Cruising
Holland America Line

Australia & New Zealand

  • 11 Mar 2023
  • 14 nights
  • Ship: Noordam
  • Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Sydney, Australia - Melbourne - Burnie - Milford Sound - Cruising Fiordland National Park - Port Chalmers (Dunedin) - Timaru - Picton - Wellington - Napier - Tauranga (Rotorua),...

Includes: Full board cruising*, 5★ Premium Cruising*, Spacious, Mid-Sized Ships*, Immersive Culinary Journeys*


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The best of Wellington

A view of Wellington Harbour, New Zealand

A view of Wellington Harbour, New Zealand

Man made lake in Zealandia

Man made lake in Zealandia

Maori Pouwhenua

Maori Pouwhenua

Car Cable, Wellington

Car Cable, Wellington

New Zealand Parliament Building, Wellington

New Zealand Parliament Building, Wellington

The view of Mount Victoria residential district in Wellington

The view of Mount Victoria residential district in Wellington

Wellington city view from the Cable Car

Wellington city view from the Cable Car

ROL Cruise recommends…


1. Find yourself face-to-face with extraordinary wildlife at ZEALANDIA

If you’ve got a taste for adventure and a love of wild animals, you’re sure to be impressed by ZEALANDIA, a wildlife-rich sanctuary just minutes away from downtown Wellington. Boasting some of New Zealand’s rarest wildlife and located in a picturesque valley (complete with a stunning lake), this family-friendly hotspot brings together native animals and breathtaking landscapes to create a must-visit site that everyone will love.


2. Get a unique look behind the scenes of film and TV at Weta Cave

Fans of popular culture are in for a treat at Weta Cave - a unique collection of creatures, miniatures and props from the some of the world’s best-loved films and television programmes, including Thunderbirds and The Lord of the Rings. Plus, learn some of the secrets of the trade thanks to a fun and informative documentary about life behind the camera.


3. Learn about New Zealand’s culture at Te Papa Tongarewa

For a comprehensive introduction to New Zealand’s rich culture and heritage, look no further than Te Papa Tongarewa, a museum and art gallery on Wellington’s waterfront. Famous worldwide for its impressive artefacts and insights into this spectacular country, visit here to find out about New Zealand’s unique history and striking landscape as well as its contemporary culture and arts.


4. See the stars with help from Wellington’s cable cars

While you’re in Wellington, be sure to take a trip in one of its iconic cable cars for a spectacular view of this small but vibrant city. When you get to the top, spend a little time checking out the Cable Car Museum and Space Place at the Carter Observatory, complete with old telescopes and a state-of-the-art planetarium.


5. Take in the view from the Mount Victoria Lookout

If you only have a couple of hours to spare in Wellington, be sure to head up to the city’s famous Mount Victoria Lookout. A perennially popular spot with tourists, it rises an impressive 196 metres above the hustle and bustle of the streets below to offer visitors spectacular views of the peninsula, valleys and nearby bays – as well as beautiful sunrises and sunsets if you time it right! Bring a picnic for the ultimate meal with a view.