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Wellington AttractionsCarterton - Carterton is situated at the convergence of the Waiohine and Ruamahanga Rivers. Created to house road workers in 1857, the quaint historic town is known for its antiques and collectables.
Featherston - Close to Lake Wairarapa, Featherston's expansive wetlands attract many native and migratory birds. The town was the site of a prison camp for Japanese prisoners of war during World War II.
Greytown - Greytown has the most complete set of preserved colonial buildings in New Zealand. There are many fine antique, craft and gift shops to explore.
Trentham - Trentham is one of New Zealand's most famous horse racing venues. Enjoy a day at the races with a win or place on your favourite. Afterwards you can soak up the atmosphere and fine cuisine in the township.
Waikanae, Paraparaumu - Waikanae used to be a retirement retreat, but is now attracting a new influx of young families to its beach setting. Paraparaumu is set on a beautiful coast in full view of Kapiti Island.
Paekakariki - Paekakariki has become a favourite spot for artists and craftspeople. Take a tram ride or have a picnic in Queen Elizabeth Park.
Petone - The Petone Settlers Museum is a living museum that offers a fascinating
insight to the past through theatre and lecture.