Wellington is also regarded as New Zealand's  cultural capital, featuring a number of museums and cultural institutions, including the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa and the National Library of New Zealand. 


It hosts a number of high profile events and cultural celebrations, including the World of Wearable Art,  the Cuba St Carnival,  and the New Zealand International Arts Festival.  


Wellington features numerous theatres, and  plays host to many artistic and cultural organisations, including the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and Royal New Zealand Ballet .


Wellington is famous for its café  culture, characterised by the large number of cafés and small dining establishments that punctuate the city. There are a wide range of restaurants that offer cuisine from around the world, and of course, a distinctly New Zealand style.


There are a number of universities and tertiary education providers with a presence in Wellington, most notably, Victoria University of Wellington. Massey University, The University of Otago, Whitirea New Zealand, the National Drama School - Toi Whakaari, and Wellington Institute of Technology all have campuses in the area. 


Wellington is home to a number of top sports teams, including the Hurricanes/Lions (rugby), Phoenix (football), Firebirds (cricket), Saints (basketball) and Pulse (netball).  Westpac Stadium is a feature of the city, and plays host to a range of sporting fixtures, including the All Blacks. 


'Windy Wellington' has a generally moderate, temperate marine climate. But as the saying goes, 'You can't beat Wellington on a good day.'

© 2018 by Tawa Intermediate School. Proudly created with Wix.com

This site was designed with the
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now