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Que faire à Whanganui?

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux d'un habitant. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez des conseils inestimables des habitants de la place.

Galerie d'art
“Wanganui is renowned for its thriving arts scene. The Sarjeant on the Quay is the temporary home of the Sarjeant Gallery while it undergoes a massive refurbishment. There are many art galleries in our city.”
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Parc
“A lovely park full of trees, botanic gardens across the road. Dog friendly at the South end of Kowhai Park. Flintsone Park is also here.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“Pak N Save next door and New World across from both Pak n Save and Countdown”
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Galerie d'art
“Great to watch classes of people making glass art and beautiful local glass sculpture”
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Museum
“Currently under earthquake strengthening, this building is magnificent, right next to the Public Library. The Museum has transferred some pieces to Somme Parade Museum opposite ISite.”
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Bar
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“Good for pub grub or fine dining upstairs. Great to sit in the covered verandah on a sunny day and watch the world go by. Quiz night on winter Wednesdays a hit but book early or you'll miss out. Live music on occasions, always a good night out.”
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Bar
“A lovely laidback bar/restaurant with cool retro furniture, a great range of beers and wines too. An outdoor covered area with table tennis area. Live music on most weekends”
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Establishment
“This restaurant has met our expectations each time. I would definitely recommend the pizza's and the loaded fries. If needed they also have a small function room that would work well for private parties. We have never needed to book but you may want to during peak times.”
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Travel Agency
“A cruise aboard the iconic Waimarie Paddle Steamer is undoubtedly one of the most authentic ways to experience Whanganui River’s scenery and history. Salvaged from the bottom of the Whanganui River where she sat for around 50 years, the Waimarie Paddle Steamer (previously known as PS Waimarie) was restored to her former glory and re-launched in 2000 to make her New Zealand’s only authentic coal-fired paddle steamer in operation. Today, we can but dream of the hustle and bustle of the trading settlers and iwi who knew the Waimarie Paddle Steamer of old. Instead we can enjoy her resurrection with a leisurely river cruise more fitting to her stately grace. Loved by adults and children alike, a scheduled or private charter cruise on the Waimarie Paddle Steamer offers a unique view of Wanganui.”
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Bar
“Biggest boutique beer selection in town, decent restaurant, quiet and within walking distance. Has an English theme.”
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Nourriture
“ Cafe during day, makes great coffee. Fine dining restaurant in evening ”
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Establishment
“Fabulous Indian food every time we've been there! Very reasonable prices for beer and wine.”
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Cinéma
“Great movie theater, very affordable, if you need something to do on a rainy day or night out this is a great place to go! ”
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Establishment
“Great coffee - Best almond milk or coconut milk coffees Yummm Mark is thoughtful and definitely 'on to it" Fabulous service and all round great place to go and be.”
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Bus Station
“Lots of information here, lots of brochures and this is where you book to go on the Waimarie, the lovely steam paddle boat which frequents the river regularly.”
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Centre commercial
“Good place to buy inexpensive essentials - from clothes, to shoes, books and food.”
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