Wellington Airport serves direct flights to many destinations throughout New Zealand, and to the major eastern cities of Australia.
Cycling safety is important to consider whether you're cycling for leisure or for your daily commute.
Buses are Wellington's most used form of public transport, with almost 24 million trips made every year.
Find information on state highways and local roads, and parking in Wellington city and the Hutt Valley.
Regular ferry services across Cook Strait connect Wellington with Picton - a small town in the Marlborough sounds at the top of the South Island.
Wellington Harbour's ferries still form part of the public transport system - they operate between central Wellington, Days Bay, Petone, Seatoun, and Matiu / Somes Island.
Wellington's urban rail service, operated by the Greater Wellington Regional Council, is the second most used form of public transport.