Nomads Capital Hostel Wellington

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118-120 Wakefield Street, PO Box 11-247, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand

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    Excellent Central Location

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    I stayed here in February 2014 and booked a private double room with en suite facilities.

    If you're travelling on a budget but maybe that little older than the average hostel client, private rooms can provide a good option. My room was provided with a double and single bed, linen (including towels), bedside cabinet, TV and en suite shower room.

    Unique Quality: Nomads Capital Backpackers Wellington is centrally located within easy walking distance of all main sights within downtown Wellington.

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hi all , plz answer my question

by f-f-f-faith

hi guys , im going to study in vstoria college in Wellington this year , and im obsessed about soccer i love it , my question is : is there a soccer team for girls in vstoria college ??
and if there is one , is there Specific conditions to join it??
and by the way im not from nz sorry for my bad english :(

my love
:))))

Re: hi all , plz answer my question

by f-f-f-faith

SORRY I MEAN VECTORIA COLLEGE..

Re: hi all , plz answer my question

by WStat

Your English isn't bad at all !
I think, you are talking about VIctoria College at Victoria University in Wellington.
Just google Victoria University, there are a lot of infos and contact-hints on their website!
Good Luck!

Re: hi all , plz answer my question

by f-f-f-faith

thank you , and i already searsh in the college site on the online , but i couldnt understand anything at all , so can you help me plz ?, thnx.

Re: hi all , plz answer my question

by Kakapo2

Here are the contacts for football at Victoria University:

http://www.soccer.org.nz/index.php?page=university

There is an email for contacting Katie Gordon who is responsible for the women's team.

There is also a website about football in Wellington:

http://www.soccer.org.nz/index.php?page=home

And BTW Wellington is NZ's football capital, the only professional team that plays in the AFL are the Wellington Phoenix. But this is men. No such women's team.

Re: hi all , plz answer my question

by f-f-f-faith

hi,thnx , so you say there is no professional soccer team for girls ,os there any professional teams in nz ?
and about the Victoria University team is there a Specific conditions to join it??

:)

Re: hi all , plz answer my question

by Kakapo2

No, there is no professional team for girls in NZ - and only one team for guys.

Best you contact the lady I mentioned previously for conditions to join the team. I never tried to join them, so do not know.

Re: hi all , plz answer my question

by f-f-f-faith

hi thnx , but how much should i pay to the University in the year??
and should i pay money for playing in the team ??
thnx

Re: hi all , plz answer my question

by f-f-f-faith

and i want to ask you , is there any other Universities in wellington??
and if there other Universities do they have soccer team??

thnx for healping me :)

Re: hi all , plz answer my question

by Kakapo2

You do not pay to play football in the university team.

There is Victoria University in Wellington, and there is Massey University.

http://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/home.cfm

http://www.victoria.ac.nz/home/

Why don't you just email this lady and ask her the questions? She will really be able to answer in detail and knows a lot more about it than we do.

Travel Tips for Wellington

Wellington Visitor Information Centre

by wkcsmt

This is the official Visitor & Travel Centre for the Capital City, operated by Positively Wellington and backed by Wellington City Council & part of New Zealand's national Visitor Information Network (VIN). The centre is located on the corner of Victoria & Wakefield Streets, in Civic Square.

You can seek help all your travel plans for Wellington, as well as all of New Zealand. You can also pick up free brochures on everything about Wellington and visitor guides for other regions. A range of maps & phonecards are available for purchase here. Before you arrive, you can plan & book your accommodation, activities and transport on-line @ www.WellingtonNZ.com. Phone: (04) 802 4860.

Other facilities you'll find while you are @ the centre... the Simply NZ store for souvenirs & gifts, send e-mails @ their E-Mail facility, or step into Nui Espresso to enjoy a cup of coffee.

Visitor Centre hours (close on Christmas Day):
• Weekdays
8:30am-5:30pm, except Thursdays opening @ 9:30am
December - April open until 6pm
• Weekends and Public Holidays
9am-4:30pm (May - November)
9:30am-5pm (December - April)

Alliance Francaise of Wellington

by Kate-Me

As we were wandering the streets of Wellington, I happened to notice a sign announcing the Alliance Francaise, and as I am a member of this organisation in Australia, I decided to check out the building....and found one of the prettiest, most colourful (yet still restful) that I'd seen yet....a green roof with yellow trim at the top skirting, 3 toned walls, and a blue area beyond an arched doorway.
It was just such a beautiful foyer to me.

White Water Rafting

by Markyreid

A great way to see some rugged scenary while having a adrenaline rush at the same time. Riverplay provided all the equipment required for the day, and even included a packed lunch and drinks. All you need to bring are your bathers/jocks and a towel to dry yourself with at the end. Riverplay provide enough equipment to keep you warm and the sandflies away.

Old St. Paul's

by vtveen

On our walk through Wellington we also encountered Cathedral Church of St. Paul, or as it is called nowadays "Old St. Paul's".

The outside of this gothic building is white and it does not look very big. But once we went inside we were impressed by the warmth of the timber interior with some beautiful stained glass windows. The church was built (1866) in native timbers like totara, rimu and kauri.

After the realisation of a new cathedral Old St. Paul's is no longer a parish church and was taken over by the government of New Zealand.

You will find Old St. Paul's at 34 Mulgrave Street, Thorndon, Wellington. It is rather close to the Old Government Buildings at the north end of Lambton Quay.

Pop Rock Ale Mecca

by tomatohead about Bar Bodega

This is a place where many a famous Kiwi and overseas band have played many a memorable gig.

Apparently the only folks never to come through here were The Finn Brothers (yes, folks there is a NZ pop music life outside of the Finn Bros!) and Shihad/Pacifier. This is where the Chills, the Bats, Michael Franti, Lambchop, The Datsuns, Phoenix Foundation, Dimmer, Chris Knox, The Mutton Birds, etc. have played. Okay, the Indigo Bar on Cuba Mall is getting bigger and better gigs, but thumbs up for the different kinds of rooms at the Bodega.

My favorite Mutton Bird bootleg of all time is a 1998 Bodega show.

Fraser McInnes, the owner, is one hell of a hardworking bar owner/concert organizer/real ale aficionado.

Don't miss The Bodega's nice selection of South and North Island micros. Check out the Bodega's joint venture ale with the Malthouse...the Tautara line and Emerson's Bookbinder. ??

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Address: 118-120 Wakefield Street, PO Box 11-247, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand