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Visit Wellington Botanic Garden and enjoy its 25ha of unique landscape, protected native forest, conifers, specialised plant collections, colourful floral displays, and views over Wellington city. The garden is a Garden of National Significance by...more
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Caught the Cable Car up to the gardens and then walked around and down to the bottom back to the Begonia House cafe. Great day and absolutely lovely food. recommend to do this if in Wellington as only 10 NZ dollars for the cable car...More
The gardens are excellent to visit on a sunny day. There are lots of great parts and if you try to visit the. All it could easily take you most of the day. There is a good rose garden with a cafe and green house....More
If you have never seen these Botanical Gardens you are in for a treat, especially on a lovely sunny day. The secret is to go up in the cable car and walk down through the gardens. It is a lovely tranquil setting, take a book,...More
Spring in the Wellington Botanic Garden is a dazzling experience with many native plants (such as the kowhai tree) and non-natives (the tulip display) in bloom. I took the charming Wellington cable car to the top of the hill and wound my way down to...More
Visited here today and it is stunning. A jewel in Wellington’s Crown. Great tracks to follow with ground markers. Beautiful plants and people smiling everywhere. Thankyou to the Ground Keepers u do an amazing job
Visited on a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon so along with alot of other people enjoying the weather. Tulips are stunning and worth a walk around the Botanical gardens. We were going to have a cup of tea but a big tour bus slipped in before...More
We took a taxi to reach the garden. The trolley was not operating that day and there was a bus provided. Was a beautiful day and so were the tulips in the small patch. The roses are pruned. Saw 2 families of ducklings. The direction...More
i was quite disappointing the way they had confused us with the maps, there were two markings a yellow and blue path .we got lost following it .basically we did the basic walk and the rose gardens had not bloomed yet and the covered plants...More
The Wellington Botanical Gardens are situated high on the hill above the city, it is a wonderful relaxing space to explore, although not flat, the gardens are spread out over the hills, the pathways are sealed or compacted dirt. There are a variety of themed...More
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Hi Karen, was it in the Rose Gardens?? There is a plaque for Agnes Tarcque...
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