Kāpiti has a wealth of attractions for visitors, learn more here.
Within direct flights from Auckland and a short drive from Wellington, Kāpiti is a easy refreshing break.
It is a place you can relax, and enjoy amazing nature, 40 kilometres of unspoilt beaches, a relaxed warm community and intriguing heritage. It's the perfect place to enjoy real kiwi experiences, a moderate climate and spectacular coastal landscapes.
Watch a short video for a glimpse of what you can see and do in Kāpiti below or take a cruise with an aerial video of the Waikanae cycleway here (which only works in a modern browser).
To find out about more about our attractions, where to stay, visit one of our visitor information centres or go to the WellingtonNZ.com/kapiti website here.
Kāpiti Coast Airport's new terminal is located at 60 Toru Road Paraparaumu consisting of attractive public areas, check in facilities and i-land café. Service providers Air Nelson provides daily services between Paraparaumu and Auckland. For timetable...
All you need to know about arts and museums on the Kāpiti Coast.
The Kāpiti Coast coastline is approximately 40 kilometres long.
Our district is renowned for walking, cycling and horse riding opportunities.
Kāpiti has abundant open space with a diverse range of natural systems for people to experience and enjoy.
Kilometres of stunning coastline and the captivating backdrop of Kāpiti Island make Kāpiti a must visit destination for freedom travellers. The series of coastal communities about an hour's drive north of Wellington make Kāpiti the perfect stop-over...
Public transport on the Kāpiti Coast is managed by the Greater Wellington Regional Council . To view information about public transport in the Kāpiti Coast District, the Metlink website features routes and timetables of trains and buses throught the...
Centres are located in Paraparaumu and Waikanae
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