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CJ Wellington Metropolitan Region

The progressive, modern region with a rich history.

  1. Aerial View of Wellington CBD

    This is the aerial view of Wellington CBD and its inner city neighbourhoods.


    Victoria is the oldest district in Wellington and it is also where Wellington was originally settled in the 18th Century. The name 'Victoria' was not coined for the district until the 1850s - between 1770s and 1850s, the district was simply named South Cape. Victoria presently still has some of the oldest surviving buildings in Wellington - the Cape House was built in...
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  2. Margaret Turner Hospital development


    As Wellington nears the population mark of 1.5 million inhabitants, the Government of New England decided to build a new 1700-bed hospital to relieve the chronic pressure off from the existing Royal Wellington Hospital in Randwick. The RWH is the central hospital in the metropolitan region. The new, proposed hospital will be significantly larger than any other hospitals in the region including Royal Stockport Hospital which is the second largest hospital in the...
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  3. Update 2

    Update 3
    Aerial view of the suburban sprawl


    Like any other cities, Wellington has an urban sprawl that extends 50 kilometres north-west away from the peninsula where the Central Business District is located. Greater Wellington has four major urban centres - in order of its size, density and economic significance - Wellington CBD, Stockport, Croydon and Fyshwick.

    Between the late 1780s and 1840s, Wellington and...​
  4. Aerial Photograph of Wellington City Centre

    This aerial photograph, which was taken by a drone in July 2018, shows the Central Business District and the inner city suburbs such as King's Cross, Newtown and Randwick.

    Please consider this as a teaser. I will upload a proper update later.
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