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Catch an InterCity bus Wellington to Whanganui. Buses depart from the main bus stop in Wellington at the Wellington Railway Station, Platform 9 and arrive in Whanganui at the Travel Centre, 156 Ridgway Street.
The journey from Wellington to Whanganui takes approximately 3 hours and 40 minutes with regular stops along the way.
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Whanganui s part of the Manawatu-Whanganui region on the west coast of the North Island. Most of the town lies on the north western bank of the Whnganui River. Its location between Wellington and Rotorua make Wanganui an ideal place to stop for those travelling through the North Island.
Whanganui city and the wider region is full of culture, history and adventure. Check out the Sarjeant Art Gallery, known for its neo-classical architecture and fantastic array of exhibitions.
Virginia Park, located in the centre of Whanganui, is a great year-round attraction with extensively landscaped gardens, a winter garden area, a lake, a bird aviary and a playground for the kids!
A visit to the Durie Hill War Memorial Tower will fascinate anyone interested in the history of the war, or anyone who loves getting active! Climbing to the top of this tower you're treated to the best views that Whanganui can offer! The sea, Mount Taranaki and the Whanganui city landscape are all enjoyed from atop the Durie Hill War Memorial Tower.
The Whanganui River which weaves through the city from the Tasman Sea and deep into the Whanganui National Park provides many opportunities for water sports. On the Whanganui River you can try kayaking, jet boating, or canoeing.
The Whanganui National Park also provides exhilarating outdoor activities such as tramping, walking and biking tracks. The Bridge to Nowhere, is a fascinating abandoned bridge which now stands as a memorial to the World War I servicemen who bravely worked in this area.
For more information about Whanganui visit whanganuinz.com
It's simple to bus Wellington to Whanganui with InterCity!With the FlexiPass bus pass, It's even easier! This bus pass gives travellers flexibility and affordability all rolled into one easy to manage bus pass.