District of Wellington
in Wellington City of Wellington, New Zealand
- Decimal Coordinates (Latitude, Longitude):
- -41.287 and 174.776 (Lat./Lng.)
- Coordinates by Time:
- S -41° 17' 11" and E 174° 46' 32"
- Currency and Currency Code:
- Dollar - NZD
- Spoken languages:
- English, Maori
- Local electricity:
- Mobile phone / cellular frequencies (MHz):
- Local Time: 07:54 AM (Friday)
- Timezone: Pacific/Auckland
- UTC/GMT offset: 12 hours
- Sunrise and Sunset:
- 9:39 am and 6:59 pm
- Antipode Coordinates:
- 41.219 and -5.224 (Lat./Lng.)
- Closest place to antipode coordinates:
- Torrecilla de la Orden
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Travel warnings are updated daily. Source: Travel Warning New Zealand. Last Update: 2020-06-04 07:22:12
The district Broadmeadows of Wellington in Wellington City (Wellington) is located in New Zealand and is a district of the nations capital.
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Local weather forecast
Todays Local Weather Conditions & Forecast: 10°C / 50 °F
|Morning Temperature||10°C / 50 °F|
|Evening Temperature||10°C / 49 °F|
|Night Temperature||9°C / 47 °F|
|Chance of rainfall||2%|
|Air Pressure||1007 hPa|
|Wind Speed||Fresh Breeze with 15 km/h (10 mph) from North|
|Cloud Conditions||Overcast clouds, covering 100% of sky|
|General Conditions||Light rain|
Saturday, 6th of June 2020
12°C (53 °F)
8°C (46 °F)
Moderate rain, gentle breeze, clear sky.
Sunday, 7th of June 2020
10°C (51 °F)
10°C (51 °F)
Scattered clouds, moderate breeze.
Monday, 8th of June 2020
11°C (51 °F)
9°C (49 °F)
Sky is clear, light breeze, clear sky.
Hotels and Places to Stay
InterContinental Hotels WELLINGTON
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View to Wellington from Mount Kaukau, New Zealand
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Attractions and noteworthy things
Distances are based on the centre of the city/town and sightseeing location. This list contains brief abstracts about monuments, holiday activities, national parcs, museums, organisations and more from the area as well as interesting facts about the region itself. Where available, you'll find the corresponding homepage. Otherwise the related wikipedia article.
The remains of Fort Buckley, in Wellington, New Zealand, overlook the Interislander ferry terminal. The fort was built in 1885, and included two rifled muzzle loading guns, which had a range of about three kilometres. During World War 2 an anti-aircraft gun was installed. Today the concrete foundations of the two RML guns remain, but the anti-aircraft gun's location is harder to spot.
Johnsonville, New Zealand
Johnsonville is a large suburb in northern Wellington, New Zealand. It is seven kilometres north of the city centre, at the top of the Ngauranga Gorge, on the main route to Porirua. The population of "J'ville" (as it is commonly known) was about 6,500 at the 2001 census.
Onslow College is a decile‑10 co-educational state secondary school located in Johnsonville, a suburb of Wellington, New Zealand. The school opened in 1956 to serve the city's rapidly growing northern suburbs. The current principal is Mr Peter Leggat.
Khandallah is a suburb of Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand. It is located four kilometres northeast of the city centre, on hills overlooking Wellington Harbour. The suburb's name, which means "Resting place of God", comes from a homestead built in the area in 1884 by Captain James Andrew, who had recently returned from duty in India. For this reason the suburb and those surrounding it have many place names connected with the Indian subcontinent.
Ngaio, New Zealand
Ngaio is an inner suburb of Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand. It is situated on the slopes of Mount Kaukau, 3500 metres north of the city's CBD. It was settled at the same time as the neighbouring suburb of Khandallah, and like its neighbour many of its streets are named after places on the Indian subcontinent. Ngaio was originally a logging community.
Mount Kaukau, also known as Tarikaka, is in Wellington, New Zealand on the western side of Wellington harbour near Johnsonville and Khandallah. The summit is 445 metres above sea level and is the most visible high point in the Wellington landscape further accentuated by Wellington's main television transmitter tower the Kordia TV transmitter mast, which stands a little over 100m tall. There is also a compass pedestal placed at the top.
Churton Park is a suburb located 1.5 km north of Johnsonville in the Northern Suburbs district of Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand. It was established in the 1970s, and as of 2009 has a population of 6,260 residents. The suburb includes over 1500 households, 'Churton Park' (a recreational sports field), two primary schools and a kindergarten. A local community center with shops is planned and construction began in February 2011.
The Ngauranga Gorge is in the Wellington Region of New Zealand. State Highway 1 runs through the gorge, a vital link between Wellington City and the Kapiti Coast and the main route north out of Wellington. It is 2 kilometres long and has a grade of approximately 8%. 65,000 vehicles a day travel through it, and it connects the Wellington Urban Motorway with the Johnsonville–Porirua Motorway. The road up the gorge was upgraded in 1940 as the Centennial Highway.
Crofton Downs Railway Station
|} Crofton Downs railway station is one of eight stations on the Johnsonville Branch, a commuter branch railway north of Wellington in New Zealand’s North Island. It serves the suburbs of Crofton Downs and Chartwell. Its name is similar to, and should not be confused with, the original name for Ngaio station (Crofton).
Kaiwharawhara Railway Station
Kaiwharawhara railway station is a dual island platform railway station on the North Island Main Trunk (NIMT) and the Wairarapa Line in Wellington, New Zealand. It is the first station north of Wellington, and is served by trains operated by Tranz Metro as part of the Metlink network on the Melling Line, the Hutt Valley Line and the Kapiti Line. Three diesel-hauled carriage trains, the Wairarapa Connection, Capital Connection and Overlander services pass through the station but do not stop.
Kaiwharawhara, formerly known as Kaiwarra, is an urban seaside suburb of Wellington in New Zealand's North Island. It is located north of the centre of the city on the western shore of Wellington Harbour, where the Kaiwharawhara Stream reaches the sea from its headwaters in Karori. It is a largely commercial and industrial area and thus has little residential population. The 2001 New Zealand Census of Population and Dwellings gave the suburb's resident population as merely 15.
The Kaiwharawhara Stream is a stream located in the North Island of New Zealand on the northwestern side of the national capital, Wellington. Its headwaters are within the suburb of Karori and it passes through other suburbs before reaching the western shore of Wellington Harbour in Kaiwharawhara near the terminal of the Interislander Ferry.
The Korimako Stream is a stream in the North Island of New Zealand, located in the northern suburbs of the national capital, Wellington. It rises in Khandallah and Ngaio and is the Kaiwharawhara Stream's main tributary. The two meet in the lower reaches of the Kaiwharawhara River in parkland.
Ngaio Railway Station
|} Ngaio Railway Station is one of eight railway stations on the Johnsonville Branch, a commuter branch railway north of Wellington in New Zealand’s North Island, and serves the suburb of Ngaio. The station was erected and operated by the Wellington and Manawatu Railway Company (WMR) on their line from Wellington to Longburn. The area served by this station used to be called Crofton, until the suburb was renamed to Ngaio in 1908.
Awarua Street Railway Station
Awarua Street railway station is one of eight stations on the Johnsonville Branch, a branch railway north of Wellington in New Zealand’s North Island, and serves the suburb of Ngaio. It is one of two stations that were added to the line when it was upgraded prior to being reopened as the Johnsonville Branch, and one of the four stations on the line to be located on a curve.
Simla Crescent Railway Station
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Box Hill Railway Station, Wellington
Box Hill railway station is one of eight stations on the Johnsonville Branch, a commuter branch railway north of Wellington in New Zealand's North Island. It serves the suburbs of Khandallah and Te Kainga. It is the only station on the line to be set below street level, and one of four on the line which is on a curve.
Khandallah Railway Station
Khandallah railway station is one of eight stations on the Johnsonville Line, a commuter branch railway north of Wellington in New Zealand’s North Island. The station was erected and operated by the Wellington and Manawatu Railway Company (WMR) on their line from Wellington to Longburn. From the acquisition of the WMR by the New Zealand Railways Department in 1908 until the opening of the Tawa Flat deviation in 1937, the station was on the North Island Main Trunk Railway.
Raroa Railway Station
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Johnsonville Railway Station
Johnsonville railway station is the terminus of the Johnsonville Line, one of eight stations on the commuter branch railway north of Wellington in New Zealand’s North Island. It serves the suburb of Johnsonville, and as a bus interchange attracts traffic from other suburbs to the north and east. The station is beside Johnsonville Mall, a major regional shopping centre, which incorporates a Countdown supermarket.
Chew Cottage is an historic building in Wellington, New Zealand. The house, originally named "Millwood", was built in 1865 for John and Ester Chew. The cottage is one of Wellington's remaining houses from the 1860s. It resembles a traditional English stone cottage adapted for timber construction. The building, is classified as a "Category I" ("places of special or outstanding historical or cultural heritage significance or value") historic place by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust.
Daisy Hill Farm House
Daisy Hill Farm House is a historic building in Johnsonville, Wellington, New Zealand. The house was built in about 1860 for Robert Bould, a pioneer farmer. He came to New Zealand with the New Zealand Company in the early 1840s and bought land, for a sheep farm, in Johnsonville in 1853. Built in a simplified Georgian style it is one of the few remaining houses of this type in Wellington.
Banana House (also known as 4 Goldies Brae) is a historic building in Wadestown, Wellington, New Zealand. This house was designed by its original owner Dr Alexander Johnston, the Provincial Surgeon of Wellington. The building is classified as a "Category I" ("places of special or outstanding historical or cultural heritage significance or value") historic place by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust.
Churton Park School
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Wadestown, New Zealand
Wadestown is a northern suburb of Wellington, (the capital city of New Zealand), located about 2-3 km by road from the Wellington central business district and the New Zealand Parliament Buildings. Wadestown is a largely residential suburb located on the northern flanks of Tinakori Hill (or Te Ahumairangi Hill), above the Ngaio Gorge. It includes an area on the eastern end of the suburb known as Highland Park.
These districts also belong to Wellington.
- Churton Park
- Crofton Downs
- Grenada Village
- Happy Valley
- Houghton Bay
- Island Bay
- Karori West
- Kowhai Park
- Lyall Bay
- Mount Cook
- Owhiro Bay
- Rangoon Heights
- Seatoun Heights
- Strathmore Park
- Te Aro
These are districts that are close by, but belong to a different city than Wellington.Popular in vicinity
These are some bigger and more relevant cities in the wider vivinity of Wellington.
Kaiwharawhara: Aotea, Kaiwharawhara (source)
Johnsonville › South: SH1, Johnsonville (source)
Johnsonville › South: SH1 Newlands, Johnsonville (source)
Ngauranga › South: SH1 − Gorge, Ngauranga (source)
Wellington › North: SH1 Tinakori Rd On-ramp, Wellington (source)
Cashmere › South: SH1/SH2 Interchange, Cashmere (source)
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