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Along the northern shores of New Zealand’s city of Wellington, CentrePort Wellington is the main cruise terminal for the island-nation’s capital. At the heart of downtown, the terminal provides close access to an array of nearby public transportation through the Wellington Railway Train Station as well as the Queens Wharf Ferry Terminal’s three boat lines. With close access to the region’s Westpac Stadium, guests will also find themselves at arm’s reach of soccer and cricket games the moment they arrive. See what’s close and more by booking a casual private vehicle, choosing between simple sedans for intimate solo drives along the coastline’s Wellington Urban Motorway, or a spacious chartered bus perfect for taking a couple dozen passengers along for the ride. Meet-and-greet services offer a bit more convenience through the luxury of stretched limousines as well as the casual presence of a local personal driver.
Start the day with ease by first looking forward to what’s close to the terminal, touring the immediate neighborhood of Thorndon for a bevy of historic landmarks that include the Katherine Mansfield House & Garden’s view of old colonial life, afterward traversing down Northern Walk for a view of the city atop The Te Ahumairangi Hill Lookout. Hop aboard one of three boats departing from the Queens Wharf Ferry Terminal before the afternoon’s up, enjoying an incredible view of the inlets and islands just past Cook Strait on the way to the North Island, finally settling for something closer to the cruise terminal with a ride aboard the city’s famous 20th-century rides aboard the Wellington Cable Car. Nearby restaurants perfect for ending the night vivid include the wharf side seafood at Shed 5 as well as the chic warehouse ambiance of Charley Noble, each popular for the artsy type looking to discuss curated works hanging at the nearby New Zealand Portrait Gallery.