Wellington ferry port in New Zealand connects you with Picton in New Zealand with a choice of up to 40 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Wellington to Picton crossing is from 3 hours and the crossing is operated by Interislander & Bluebridge.
Wellington Port is located on the southern tip of the North Island of New Zealand and is the departure/arrival port for ferries crossing the Cook Strait to/from Picton in New Zealand's South Island.
The journey between the ports of Wellington and Picton is one of New Zealand's most iconic tourist experiences. The ferry terminal at Wellington is located on Aotea Quay which is about 5 minutes drive north of Wellington Railway Station.
Wellington itself is the capital and second most populous city of New Zealand, with around 400,000 residents. Wellington is popular tourist destination and is marketed as the 'coolest little capital in the world' by Positively Wellington Tourism.
Waterloo Quay, Wellington Aotea Quay, Wellington
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