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Find maps, learn about New Zealand’s seat of government, and explore things to do in the country’s cultural capital.


This Week in Our Wellington enewsletter

The Mayor's Pick of the Week: So much to see at Fringe 2021

Aotearoa’s largest open access arts festival of unbridled creativity and cultural expression begins on Friday 26 February!

Risky. Innovative. Excellent. For three weeks more than 150 wild, whimsical and wondrous works will appear in Whanganui-a-Tara, Wellington, featuring over 1000 artists from around New Zealand and international artists streaming in from across the globe. See the full programme at and find out what else is going on in our weekly enewsletter.
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