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Wellington Activity Passport

Tuesday 21 September 2021 11:13am

Wellington activity Passport imageFrom following the path of our Māori ancestors on the Te Ara o Ngā Tupuna trail to climbing the 1,200 steps on the Kāpiti Coast Escarpment Track, students on the Wellington campus have been getting to know the capital with the aid of a new Wellington Activity Passport.

The pocket-sized Pōneke Puka Mahi passport, distributed for the first time this year, offers students the chance to tick off 32 of the capital’s best attractions.

Department of Public Health PhD student Zhang Wei came up with the idea for the guide after being inspired by Graduate Research School’s launch of a Dunedin Activity Passport in 2019. Her ideas were brought to life by Marketing Adviser Fran Wright, who put together the collection of Wellington’s most inspiring adventures.

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