Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand.
It is New Zealand's third most populous urban area.
Layla and Michael give this poor local man an awful fright.
Wellington is situated on the southwestern tip of the country's North Island.
Inside Herbal Heaven the sign asks, "Airheads are you tough enough?"
Scott shows why he could have starred in the movie "This Is It".
Wellington's urban area is home to 389,700 residents.
The Opera House is a proscenium theatre built from 1911-1913 and restored in 1977.
Wellington was named after soldier and statesman Field Marshal Arthur Wellesley.
He was the first Duke of Wellington, and victor of the Battle of Waterloo.
The Duke's title comes from the town of Wellington in the English county of Somerset.
Look out Scott, there's a giant flying silver ball chasing you!
The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa is the national museum of New Zealand.
In 1865, Wellington became the capital city of New Zealand, replacing Auckland.
Wellington was suitable because of its central location in New Zealand and its good harbour.
At that time, the population of Wellington was just 4,900 people.
Today Wellington showcases a variety of architectural styles from the past 150 years.
The 2009 Mercer Quality of Living Survey ranked Wellington 12th in the world.
Of cities in the Asia Pacific region, Wellington ranked 3rd behind Auckland and Sydney, Australia.
Honesty in advertising can be so refreshing.