Clyde Quay Wharf sits in the centre of Wellington, a stand-alone site on the harbour in a uniquely vibrant and liveable city.
To the south of Clyde Quay Wharf, the city offers the best in culture, cafes and restaurants, shopping and night-life precincts, together with an award-winning walkable city waterfront and Waitangi Park.
Beside the wharf are the Clyde Quay Boat Harbour and the Royal Port Nicholson Yacht Club.
To the east you'll find the European-style Oriental Bay promenade, Freyberg Pool and the beach at Oriental Bay.
When you realise how much there is, tightly enclosed and beautifully framed by the harbour and hills, you know why Wellington is loved by those lucky enough to live here.
Wellington is not only the capital city, but is also known as the arts and culture capital of New Zealand.
The city provides a special blend of heritage buildings, museums, galleries, fine food and live entertainment.