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There's plenty of great places to explore when you hire a bike from us! Check out:

Pencarrow Lighthouse, Wellington

Pencarrow Head

Evidence of early Maori occupation, along with Pencarrow Lighthouse and amazing views across Cook Strait to the Kaikoura Ranges.

Bike hire at Pencarrow Lighthouse, Wellington

Pencarrow Lighthouse

New Zealand's first lighthouse, "manned" by New Zealand's first and only female lighthouse keeper.

Pencarrow / Parangarahu lakes from Pencarrow lighthouse, Wellington

Pencarrow / Parangarahu Lakes

New Zealand's last relatively unmodified wetland systems, lakes Kohangatera and Kohangapiripiri are home to a unique selection of native plants, native fish and native birds.

SS Paiaka shipwreck, Wellington

SS Paiaka Wreck

A small steel-hulled steamer wrecked in 1906, one of hundreds of ships that are buried under the waves or sands along this coastline.

Baring Head Lighthouse, Wellington

Baring Head / Orua-pouanui

An important site for Mahinga Kai or traditional maori food-gathering, and more recently significant for its World War 2 bunkers and lighthouse.

Turakirae Head Seal Colony, Orongorongo, The Remutaka Cycle Trail

Turakirae Head

Wellington's largest fur seal colony, and geologically significant through its earthquake-raised beaches.

The Hutt River Trail bike hire, Wellington

The Hutt River Trail

Great for families, follow the meandering riverside trail up to its source at Kaitoke.

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