Explore the highlights of Wellington with a twist and discover the colours of the city.
By focussing on the colours of Wellington, we get to view the city through the eyes of an artist. We visit most of the major highlights of Wellington, but we aren't necessarily looking at what everybody else sees.
Discover the bright red Wellington Cable Car, the white marble of the Massey Memorial, the rainbow shades of the Wellington Botanic Gardens and Stained-Glass of Old Saint Paul's church. Visit the Byrd memorial (Aurora Australis mural) at the Mt Victoria lookout, and the New Zealand War memorial (Red stone of the Australian Memorial), the (multi-coloured) Bucket Fountain and street art of Cuba Street.
We'll enjoy lunch at a local cafe/restaurant, and maybe meet some colourful local characters too!
This tour is completely customisable either in advance or during our day. We can add galleries, museums, architecture, nature walks - the day is ours!
- Wellington Cable Car
- Botanic Gardens
- Parliament Buildings
- Old Saint Paul's Church
- Mount Victoria Lookout
- Massey Memorial
- National War Memorial
- Cuba Street
- Street Art
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Staying in Wellington: I can collect you from anywhere in the CBD, or Wellington Airport.
Cruise Passengers: I can collect you from right alongside the ship.
End location: End location: I can either bring you back to where we started, or drop you somewhere in the city for dinner and/or drinks.
Duration: 6 hours 30 min.
We can adjust the tour to suit any deadline you may have (outgoing flight, cruise ship etc), and I'm happy to extend the tour up to 9 hours at the same price.
Beautiful black late model Mercedes-Benz Viano minivan, with privacy glass and black leather interior. Limo style seating, premium sound system, air-conditioned front and rear. 4/5 seats in the rear, 1 more seat beside the driver.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
5 NZD - You may wish to make a small donation at Old Saint Paul's church, which contributes to the upkeep of the building. This is entirely optional.
As a licensed guide, I have no restrictions.