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Parchi e natura a Wellington

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Parco
“ZEALANDIA is the world’s first fully-fenced urban ecosanctuary, with an extraordinary 500-year vision to restore a Wellington valley’s forest and freshwater ecosystems as closely as possible to their pre-human state. The 225 hectare ecosanctuary is a groundbreaking conservation project that has reintroduced over 20 species of native wildlife back into the area, some of which were previously absent from mainland New Zealand for over 100 years.”
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Parco
“The Wellington Botanic Garden in Wellington, New Zealand, covers 25 hectares of land on the side of the hill between Thorndon and Kelburn, near central Wellington. The garden features 25 hectares of protected native forest, conifers, plant collections and seasonal displays. ”
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Nature Preserve
“Really lovely walks through old native bush. Free entry. Walks from 30 minutes to an hour or two. Lots of native birds. The air in so nice in there, it's a special and invigorating place. ”
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Nature Preserve
“Seals! Whenever you go, you can see lot of seals around the coast and enjoying the sunbath. You can walk in from the gate(30 mins - 1 hour), or you can drive in if you have a 4WD.”
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Parco
“Makara Peak Mountain Bike Park is an award-winning purpose built bike park set in 250 hectares of bird-filled native bush. Whether you're a walker, runner or mountain biker there's a track at Makara Peak for you. This park extends across Makara Hill Road and along the main ridge to the top of Karori Park, where there is another local network of tracks.”
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Monumento/meta turistica
“Our beautiful park where the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior remains. A nice place to go to pay your respects and to sit in the sun and listen to our Tuis fly between the Pohutukawa trees.”
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Parco
“Walk from the southern end of Ataturk park (start at Tarakena Bay along Moa Point Road) to the Pass of Branda and back around to your car passing through the sea side community of Breaker Bay (2 hrs) ”
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Nature Preserve
“We have some excellent hiking trails right on our doorstep that wind through the regenerating native bush in Polhill Reserve. The entry point is only 3 minutes away from the bottom end of Karepa Street. The Polhill Reserve loop is suitable for those of average fitness and takes from 45 minutes to a couple of hours, depending on your fitness level. There are plenty of shorter walks you can take if you want something easier: 2 suggestions: Head down to Aro Street (around 30 minutes) for refreshments including craft beer (Garage Project), coffee, or bread or pastries (Arobake), or alternatively walk up to the Brooklyn Wind Turbine for stunning panoramic views of Wellington. ”
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Parchi giochi

Playground
“If you are into diving, Owhiro Bay has four shipwrecks within approx 13 meters depth. There's a big old eel living in the wreck of the "Yung Pen" and whilst friendly he's as scary as hell.”
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Parco
“The terrific park across the road. It contains several playgrounds for kids of all ages and a huge slide. There are free gas BBQ's and tables scattered throughout the park and In summer there are bands and theatre playing as well as coffee and icecream stalls. Good place for a picnic.”
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Soccer Field
“We are lucky to be surrounded by bush reserve in Houghton Bay. Explore the many walking/running tracks through the bush that either run out to the coast or in toward the city.”
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Parco
“You'll find Days Bay Beach on the fringe of Eastbourne, complemented by the bush-clad backdrop of Williams Park. It's a wonderful place for an outing. Whether you’re after sand or shade, there’s plenty to choose from, including: A pavilion with café, food and ice cream shop Bush tracks A public wharf (great to jump off in warmer weather) Toilets and changing rooms A white sand beach Tennis courts – grass and asphalt A duck pond A free electric barbeque Free parking A pétanque piste Catch the return ferry to Matiu/Somes Island or continue on to Wellington Sea canoes for hire Take Bus 83 from Queensgate ”
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Playground
“Eastbourne is about a 15 minute walk or 2 minutes on the bus. Here you will find everything you need - Pharmacy, Doctor, Dentist, Library, Hairdresser, Beautician, small supermarket, swimming pool, Pub and of course the Library - as well as the beach!”
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Spiagge

Beach
“You can’t beat Wellington on a sunny day! This inner city beach is a favourite among locals and visitors. Relaxed atmosphere, with a few surrounding eateries. ”
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Beach
“Waking the dog on a dog beach . Eats at marenui or loose as a goose this iconic location is cool Even can drop into parrot dog brewery with your pet for a mean cheeseboard”
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Beach
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Percorsi

Trail
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Trail
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