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The Enormous Crocodile Company - Bike Hire

Location:

Clyde Quay Wharf, Wellington Central, Greater Wellington

Date:

Weekends and Public Holidays

Time:

10.00am - sundown

Cost:

$$

And for something COMPLETELY different, try hiring a 3 or 6-seater bicycle for a self-tour around the Wellington streets and Oriental Parade. The Enormous Crocodile Company have covered bicycles, so plenty of shade from the sun or the rain, and heaps of fun for the whole family.

Although young riders are capable of controlling the bike, the hirer must be at least 18 years of age.   Prices range from $15-$40.  Think of it more as a 'tuk tuk' than a bike!  For more information and bookings check with team at The Enormous Crocodile Company directly.

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