Botanical garden in Wellington

Wellington Botanic Garden

Explore Wellington Botanic Garden: 61.8 acres of local plants, bright flowers, and city views.

Wellington Botanic Garden, over 25 hectares (61.8 acres), shows New Zealand's commitment to a wide range of plants and natural beauty, featuring a protected native forest, flower displays, and views of the city.

The garden's paths display native and exotic plants. It includes the Lady Norwood Rose Garden, with over 3,000 roses. The Begonia House is open all year, with warm temperatures and fountains that add to the atmosphere.

The Bolton Street Memorial Park gives a look into Wellington’s early settler history among historic headstones. At the garden's high point, the Carter Observatory offers a look at the stars with its planetarium and telescopes.

Events like light shows and summer concerts take place at certain times of the year. A playground and the Duck Pond provide opportunities for relaxation and enjoyment for visitors.

The garden is easy to get to, with cable car access and easy slopes. Whether for a casual walk, learning about plants, or enjoying the mix of cultivated areas and natural surroundings, Wellington Botanic Garden reflects New Zealand's enthusiasm for gardens and green spaces.

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