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Canberra(CBR) ⇒ Wellington(WLG)
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Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand, is located at the south-western tip of the North Island. It is the second largest city of New Zealand. Wellington is also called the ‘Windy City’ due to its wind speed.
Wellington is built on the stunning Wellington Harbour and is surrounded by mountains. The scenic city is home for many national arts and cultural attractions of New Zealand and is the heart of New Zealand’s film industry.
Tip: Wellington has a temperate marine climate, and is generally moderate throughout the year. Best time to visit is from December to April.
Wellington International Airport (WLG) is the international airport serving Wellington. It was formerly known as Rongotai Airport. It is the third busiest airport in New Zealand. Many airlines operate from Canberra to Wellington.
Canberra Airport (CBR) has no direct flights to Wellington. Qantas Airlines offers one-stop flight to Wellington International Airport (WLG) via Sydney Airport (SYD).
Singapore Airlines, Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia Airlines provide some options for a cheap flights from Canberra.
Tip: Both Canberra and Wellington observe daylight saving time. Therefore time differences between the cities can change.
Wellington offers its tourists a beautiful blend of culture, heritage, delicious cuisine and a vibrant arts and entertainment scene. One can experience its dynamic inner city experiences with the beautiful New Zealand scenery. Just on the outskirts of Wellington, there are many walking and biking trails, and one can enjoy a day trip to wineries and vineyards, which are only a few hours away. Some of the famous attractions of Wellington are Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, ZEALANDIA Eco-sanctuary, Wellington cable car, Wellington Botanical Garden, Wellington Zoo, and Maitu Island.
Wellington has a bewildering array of cuisines and eating options. One can find all international cuisines in its various cafes, restaurants, or noodle houses. Malaysian cuisine is the most popular one and is readily available in all eateries, and Wellington CBD has the most options of eateries and restaurants, the nightlife is quite famous in Wellington. The inner city areas, especially Courtenay place, Cuba St, and the waterfront has a high concentration of bars and clubs.
Tip: Avoid city parks after dark, as they are poorly lit and have the presence of intoxicated people.
Wellington has plenty of accommodation options. City Centre and its nearby areas have the most options for accommodation. Cambridge Terrace and Bunny St have good prospects of budget hotels. Up-scale and luxury hotels are on the Terrace and Lambton Quay.
Tip: For the people travelling on a budget, there are a lot of options for Airbnb, service apartments and even shared houses.
There are many options of Canberra to Wellington flights, so customise your search to get the best price according to your travel dates.
If you’d want to travel on a budget, combine your Canberra-Wellington flight booking with discount hotel reservations for great deals.
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