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Wellington Cable car Excursion Reviews

Wellington Cable car cruise excursion
Overall Rating
For a stunning overview of the city of Wellington and harbor, ride the cable car from Lambton Quay (behind the downtown shops) up to the hilltop district of Kelburn. The cars move along a cable in the ground, not in the air -- it's a very scenic and pleasurable journey.
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1 review
Not Rated
Oct 2014

Although brief and visibility restricted due to bad weather, it was interesting and informative.

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Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image KayTong
1 review
Not Rated
Nov 2013

This was the best since it reminded me so much of Hong Kong. The museum was great too. All free

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Provider: Holland America Line
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4 reviews
Apr 2013
Short, and crowded but fun.
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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image Travel Guru 13
1 review
Mar 2013
Rushed - bus driver Murray was just a bus driver - no tour commentary.
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Provider: Celebrity Cruises
Member Image Funmum-1007
1 review
Dec 2012
the Zealander sanctuary was good but had to keep waiting for others to catch up, we should have been given the option to go ahead on our own, we were supposed to have morning tea, but they had a function on so was cancelled. The Cable car was full going up the mountain so we went up in the coach and came down, was not what was described so disappointed.
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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image legless01
2 reviews
Dec 2012

we independently went around wellington by catching the shuttle bus to the tourist i site centre and then went and done the cable car ride to the top of the hill and then had a look around and went back down and found a nice old style pub and had some expensive battered fish but was well worth it. And then went to the tu papa museum and walked around their it was very interactive for the children and then went back onto the ship to be ready to sail off again. we seen a massive sting ray in the water near the museum where the children climb up the some stairs and can dive into the water.

there is also a cab you can pay to take you around the sites of wellington for $60.00 it was a pity we did not know about this before we walked around wellington.

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Provider: Royal Caribbean International

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