See our range of Rare and Antiquarian titles at abebooks.com
See a little of our beautiful city at the Official Wellington Tourism Website
destination-nz.com - Go your way with the essential online New Zealand travel guide.
Here are a few bookshops that can help if we can't.
Slow Boat Records buy, sell and trade* both new & used records and CDs and other music-related items and have been a Wellington institution pretty much forever, not to mention (in our old premises) long-time neighbours and friends. Luckily for our bank accounts they are now 3 entire blocks away and not 10 metres across the street, but this shouldn't put you off, especially as you can let your fingers do the walking with their comprehensive online catalogue.
*Hey that sounds familiar...
Booksellers NZ is another helpful site to stay up to date.
For those of you who are keen on earthquakes, we like the Geological and Nuclear Sciences Website for checking out the latest in rumblings and book toppling events.
The Karori Historical Society promotes the local history of Karori, a suburb of Wellington, New Zealand, including the History of Karori project.
"The Karori Historical Society is currently undertaking research into the history of this Wellington suburb and its people. We would be interested to hear from any one who has any memorabilia relating to Karori from early days to current times, in the form of either letters, diaries, family photographs, or oral history tapes."
The Shadows of Time site boasts an impressive selection of obscure historical information that will keep you busy for hours. Fossick through military rolls, shipping passenger lists, early NZ settlers, NZ teachers, NZ university graduates, 19th century NZ Cyclopedias, military pensions, Regiment of 4th Light Dragoons, Newspaper reports and obituaries, and many other assorted genealogical topics. A research service is also available.
Ahoy there, me hearties...
The Miramar Ship Index is an historical database listing both merchant powered ships of about 100 gross register tons and above, and naval ships of even smaller tonnage.
Actually, to be entirely correct this is not just a database, but THE database of ships in the world. Rodger was bored and wanted something to do....
This database is added to daily and updated monthly.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Association of New Zealand website is a great place to go for the latest in news, current events, competitions, book reviews, Conventions and lots more.