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Things to do in Wellington this weekend

Harbourside Market

Sunday is supposed to be a lazy day. You know, the day before we start our week, the end of the weekend, one last day to rest. But to be honest, it doesn’t have to. Why not take a stroll into town and visit the Harbourside market next to Waitangi Park? Only open on Sundays, you’ve got the chance to do some grocery shopping for fruits and vegetables (a bit cheaper than your average supermarket) and you can also check out the many food trucks that boast a wide variety of foods from different cultures. Really does start your day off well.

Lulu Bar

 

When you’re in the mood for a night out, sometimes you just want a different vibe than your usual bar or club. If you want to go to a place with a lot of character you NEED to go to Lulu bar. With a tropical theme, you’ll be feeling the energy as soon as you walk in. Enjoy share plates inspired by the flavours of the pacific, a signature cocktail like the Shucker Punch served in a volcano Bowl which is sure to leave an impression, and then when you’re ready for boogie you can enjoy the regular live acts they have for entertainment – whether it be a DJ or a singer.

 

Saturday Laughs at Fringe Bar

 

Amongst the craziness of Courtney Place, located on Allen Street is the quirky Fringe Bar. Known for giving anyone and everyone the chance to showcase their singing talents, it is also known for holding different shows such as comedy nights. Saturday Laughs hosted by Wellington Laughs gives you a chance to work off your dinner in the best way; laughing your face off!

Lanes Bowling & Kzone Karaoke

It’s not your average combo but believe me when I say there’s nothing like beating your friends at bowling and then celebrating by singing your favourite song as your confidence has reached a peak. Two activities that shouldn’t but really do go hand in hand together. The best part is that Kzone is located right next to Lanes on Wakefield street, so when you’re finished bowling you can just stroll on next door for the fun to continue.

 

The Witching Hour: Mini-Putt and Bar

Deep in the heart of Courtney Place down an alleyway on Tory Street lies one of Wellington’s most unique and quirky activities. With its spooky vibe and themed layout, you are able to enjoy this fun activity with your friends and family and maybe you’ll even get a little scare. But wait – I almost forgot the best part, they have a BAR there too! You can enjoy a nice beverage while you’re showing off your skills. A great activity to enjoy before heading to dinner.

By Keenan Rogers