Camping for Kids - Mount Victoria (6011)

Mount Victoria, Wellington, the Wellington Region

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Camping for kids - greater than 5km from Mount Victoria (6011)

Efil Doog Garden Of Art ecoPark
Efil Doog Garden of Art & eco Park is NZunique Garden setting with Ponds, streams, glow worms and sculptures and forest/bush covering 268 acre (108 Ha) Featuring a large Rhododendron collection in the 11.5 arce (4.4 Ha) of Gardens and is one of the founding “Garden of Regional Significance” awarded by the New Zealand Garden Trust. The Efil Doog Gardens are at Cloustonville in the Akatarawa Valley (near Upper Hutt, Wellington – 12 km from State Highway 2 and 22 km from State Highway 1 from ...

Other holiday activities for kids - in and around Mount Victoria (6011) (within 5km)

Wellington Botanic Garden
Wellington Botanic Garden offers free access to unsurpassed views, unique landscape, exotic forests, native bush, colourful floral displays and gorgeous specialist gardens. Start your visit at the Treehouse Visitor Centre. Grab a bag of duck food and check out the children’s corner for kid friendly activities you can do in the garden. Explore new areas or visit old favourites. The Children’s Play Area has a flying fox and grassy hills for rolling competitions. Come play under our trees ...

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Other kids activities - in and around Mount Victoria (6011) (within 5km)

Alliance Francaise Wellington
Alliance Francaise Wellington works to promote French Culture, in the wide sense of Francophony. We act to develop the teaching and learning of French, and encourage communication between Francophones, Francophiles and all New Zealanders through a modern cultural and education programme. Founded in 1908, the Alliance Française Wellington belongs to a network of 850 Alliances Françaises in the world, the world's largest network of French language schools and cultural centres. We are located on ...
Karori Arts and Crafts Centre
Karori Arts and Crafts offers excellent art tuition for children by qualified artists and teachers. We run an art class for 5-7yr olds on Tues: 3.30-4.30pm, that introduces them to the basic principles of colour, shape and line using examples from the Masters as well as contemporary artists to demonstrate how to create unique art. We run a class for 7-12 yrs from 4-5.30pm on Monday and 4-5.30pm on Thursday, that extends the principles taught in the younger age group class and stimulates their creativity ...
Inverlochy Art School
Inverlochy provides art education, classes for adults, teens and children. Our Children's after school classes and Holiday programmes have been running for 20 or more years and have earned an enviable reputation for teaching children the fundamentals of serious art practice while having lots of fun. We believe in mixing the traditional with the contemporary; using New Zealand and international artist's work as a model so that students produce wonderful art pieces using various media and making ...
Best Art classes for Children & Adults

27-10-2014

Probably the best place in the Wellington area to go for Children's after School and Holiday classes in art and the best casual art classes for adults and teens. Lovely atmosphere, location and the best tutors.

We love to celebrate the natural inquisitiveness, curiosity and imagination of children. By working alongside children, encouraging independent learning through the following of their own curiosity, helping them to gather knowledge and information along the way, we empower them to become independent lifelong learners, full of potential and unlimited possibilities. We continuously strive to celebrate and be the best childcare centre in Wellington by providing: -Superb child to teacher ratio for ...
Tricky The Clown
Tricky the Clown Rick begins his show as "Rick" putting on his clown makeup and costume, and changes into "Tricky" in front of the children. This is a gentle way to start the show that engages the children and is not scary for even the most sensitive child. The 40 minute show includes music, magic, juggling and twisted balloon animals, involving the children along the way. You will also receive up to 18 balloon animals for children to take home after the party. Your birthday child will receive ...
Southern Cross Garden Bar Restaurant
For over 165 years our place here in Te Aro, Wellington, has been a favourite meeting place for locals. We love being a part of the community and we are ready to throw in the hard yards to make sure everyone who visits us has a great experience. The Cross has something for everyone - have a look around and choose the perfect spot to suit your mood. Each area has been designed to create a different experience, a different ambience. Bring in your team from work, your mates, your kids, your grandparents, ...
Wellington Cable Car
The Wellington Cable Car was established in 1902 and is New Zealand's only historic funicular railway system still in operation today. There is simply no better way to experience the hidden charm that wellington offers than to take this short historic journey from the heart of Lambton Quay, up through the hillsides terraced houses of Kelburn to the Lookout perched high above the city. Explore Wellington's top attractions during your visit at the Cable Car. Easy access to the Cable Car Museum, ...
The NZ Fringe Festival, also known at times as the Wellington Fringe or just FRINGE!, started in 1990 when a group of performance makers came home from a trip to the mighty Edinburgh Fringe in Scotland and loudly proclaimed “we need some of that too!”. With the help of the NZ Festival (then known as The New Zealand International Festival of the Arts) Fringe was born as a one-week ‘festival within a festival’, in its ideal home: BATS Theatre. The festival quickly grew from there and established ...
Wellington City Libraries
Wellington City Libraries provides a wide range of services for children of all ages, including baby music sessions, preschool storytimes, online bookclubs and holiday activities. We support children's development and learning by providing print and digital collections, and expert librarians to help children find reading materials and expertly navigate the information environment. Head into your local library to hang out, use the wifi, play with Lego, read a book, do your homework, or attend a programme ...
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