101 Glenmore Street, Kelburn Wellington, North Island 6012
Wellington Botanic Garden is a 25-hectare land that features colorful floral displays, interesting statues, unique landscapes, conifers, and other specialized plants. First established in 1868, the garden continues to draw in visitors for a relaxing day out of the busy life in Wellington. Scenic attractions include the Begonia House, the Lady Norwood Rose Garden and the historic Bolton Street Memorial Park. It is also an ideal location for weddings, meetings, corporate functions and concerts.
Visit the Wellington Botanic Garden on your next New Zealand self-drive holiday. There are two holiday parks close to the garden, and you can find great motorhomes for hire when you enter your travel details into the Quote Calculator.
Phone: (04) 499 1400 (Treehouse Visitor Centre)
Fax: (04) 499 1903 (Treehouse Visitor Centre)
Email: in[email protected]
Contact Wellington Botanic Gardens for booking infos and other enquiries.
There are many entrances to the Garden including from Glenmore Street, Salamanca Road, Upland Road and the Cable Car. The only public vehicle access is through Centennial entrance on Glenmore Street.