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Est. Population: 550,500 | Wellington City Est. Population: 215,200

Wellington is New Zealand’s 3rd largest region, and Wellington City the capital of New Zealand with the Beehive being the executive offices of the New Zealand Government.

The city is situated alongside Wellington Harbour and surrounded by natural beauty, including Zealandia, an award-winning eco-attraction just minutes from the central business district.

Greater Wellington, also known as the Wellington Region, is a non-unitary region of New Zealand that occupies the southernmost part of the North Island. The region covers an area of 8,049 square kilometres.

Wellington is a leading centre for creative industries, such as film and computer technology. The region is registered with UNICEF as a child-friendly city and is the home of the New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZX).

Wellington Port is home to the Cook Strait ferries connecting the North Island to the South Island, making travel between the two islands relatively easy for weekend excursions.

Top industries advertising positions often include:

  • Information & Communication Technology

  • Government and Defence

  • Trades and Services

  • Admin and Office Support

  • Healthcare and Medical

  • Central Government Administration

  • Computer Systems Design and Related Services

  • Cafes and Restaurants

  • Hospitals (except Psychiatric Hospitals)

  • Management Advice and Other Consulting Services

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