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1. Sky Tower

Sky Tower
4.3 /5

0 km
from city center
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Auckland's Sky Tower can be seen everywhere in the city, soaring towards the heavens. This landmark tower provides some unforgettable views from its observation decks. The Sky Tower is a telecommunications office building with several restaurants and bars on its premises. It is also the tallest in the southern hemisphere.

2. Cornwall Park

Cornwall Park

6 km
from city center
2 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Spread over 425 acres, the Cornwall Park is symbolic of New Zealand’s history, flora, fauna and farm culture. It’s located in the heart of Auckland and offers many activities. One can go for a casual stroll with loved ones in the lush green surroundings of the trails and then enjoy a cup of coffee or a meal from its eateries, get together with friends and family over barbeque, explore the cattle on the farm and other horticulture activities.

3. Rangitoto Island

Rangitoto Island
3.8 /5

11 km
from city center
3 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Rangitoto is the youngest and the largest volcano in Auckland's extensive volcanic field. This island can be seen directly from the mainland as its wide symmetric conical shape forms an iconic silhouette in the distance. After taking the ferry from the harbour, which is a picturesque experience, you'll find yourself on this imposing volcano island. Hike up to the top, exploring the black lava caves on the way, to enjoy a view well worth the labour!

4. Waiheke Island

Waiheke Island
3.7 /5

31 km
from city center
4 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Waiheke is a fabulous island just 35 minutes from the mainland. Famous for its rows and rows of vineyards and olive farms, Waiheke Island is home to some of New Zealand's most celebrated wineries and creating some of its most renowned wines.

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5. Auckland Art Gallery

Auckland Art Gallery
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First established in 1888, the Auckland Art Gallery, or Toi o Tamaki, known to the Maori community, was the first permanent art gallery in New Zealand. It is known for its large body of national and international art exhibits. Set in the heart of central Auckland, bound by Albert Park, Auckland Art Gallery is only a two-minute walk from major bus stations in downtown Auckland and is easily accessible. Four floors house more than 15,000 works of art ranging from native Maori traditional paintings to 19th-century landscapes of old European masters to contemporary works of New Zealand’s artists and everything in between.

6. Auckland Zoo

Auckland Zoo
3.4 /5

4 km
from city center
6 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Opened in December 1922, the Auckland Zoo is now in its 96th year of operation. It is one of New Zealand’s premier zoological parks. Spread over 40 acres of land, located 6 km from central Auckland. The Auckland Zoo is home to nearly 1400 animals of 138 different species. Divided into regions specific to where the various animals are from, the Auckland Zoo has recently begun work on developing a South-East Asian wing for the endemic flora and fauna of the region.

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7. Auckland Domain

Auckland Domain
3.7 /5

2 km
from city center
7 out of 82
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Set atop the remnants of the oldest volcano amongst Auckland’s volcanic field, Pukekawa, the 75-hectare expanse of greenery, is Auckland’s oldest public park. One of the most significant areas of public land in the heart of central Auckland, the Auckland Domain is also home to the Auckland War Memorial and Cenotaph. A band rotunda offers a venue for bands to play out in the open to park visitors. Boardwalks and museums provide park-goers enough avenues to stay occupied at the Domain.

8. One Tree Hill

One Tree Hill
3.4 /5

6 km
from city center
8 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

One Tree Hill is the second largest volcanic mountain in Auckland. It is often visited because of its parks and features an Obelisk and the Stardome Observatory.

9. Auckland War Memorial Museum

Auckland War Memorial Museum
3.8 /5

2 km
from city center
9 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

The Auckland War Memorial Museum has ensured the upholding and the glorification of the Māori culture - the traditional culture of the indigenous inhabitants of New Zealand. To keep the heritage alive in people’s memories, the museum tells many stories of the historical Māori life in New Zealand through talks, tours, exhibitions and programmes.

10. Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium

Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium
3.6 /5

5 km
from city center
10 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Dive into this fascinating Sea Life aquarium, with engaging displays and intriguing tunnels taking you through over 30 live animal exhibits. Located on 23 Tamaki Drive, Auckland, a short 7 km drive from central Auckland, Kelly Tarlton’s Sea Life Aquarium is one of New Zealand’s most innovative and largest aquariums. An endeavour of New Zealand marine biologist Kelly Tarlton, Kelly Tarlton’s Sea Life Aquarium used a new method of acrylic shaping that allowed clear acrylic to make curved shapes. The aquarium was also among the first of its kind to use travelators that move people slowly through a long, see-through tunnel.

11. Martime Museum

Martime Museum
3.5 /5

1 km
from city center
11 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

New Zealand has a rich history of maritime navigation, spanning from the Maori voyages of marine exploration to the European naval conquests of the region. The New Zealand Maritime Museum houses the most extensive collection of naval artefacts in New Zealand. It is a celebration of this rich maritime tradition. Situated across from the Viaduct Harbour, the New Zealand Maritime Museum is located in the heart of Auckland’s CBD.

12. Albert Park

Albert Park
3.3 /5

0 km
from city center
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Albert Park is a substantial public park popular among the locals for its towering palm trees, a floral clock, a Victorian fountain, sculptures and an Argentinian ombu tree, whose enormous roots grow above ground. With its long history and distinctive character, the park has earned a special place in the hearts of Aucklanders and made it an essential destination for visitors.

13. Museum of Transport and Technology

Museum of Transport and Technology
3.5 /5

4 km
from city center
13 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Museum of Transport and Technology is a one-of-a-kind attraction in Auckland, New Zealand. With an area of over 40 acres, it is the largest museum of technology, transport and social history. The place is nicknamed MOTAT and is famous for providing an interactive platform to know about the history of New Zealand and its achievements. The attraction also includes fun activities and programs to enable a complete learning experience to visitors of all age groups. These programs consist of stories, the country's heritage, culture, technology and transport exhibitions, all put together in a way that makes learning an exciting activity.

14. SkyCity Auckland

SkyCity Auckland
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SkyCity Auckland is an entertainment centre located in Auckland City, New Zealand. It is a premier event centre situated in the bustling central business district of the city. It occupies several levels of the Sky Tower, the city’s telecommunication and observation tower, and provides a variety of activities and services that visitors can choose from to entertain and pamper themselves. This is the only attraction in Auckland City that has an operating casino. The place is suitable for those looking for a luxury getaway in and around the city. SkyCity Auckland can also be booked for private and business events.

15. Auckland Harbour Bridge

Auckland Harbour Bridge
4.2 /5

3 km
from city center
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things to do in Auckland

Stretching for over a kilometre, connecting St. Mary’s Bay and the Auckland city side to the North Shore, the Auckland Harbour Bridge is an iconic part of the Auckland skyline. The longest road bridge on the North Island, the Auckland Harbour Bridge, finished completed in 1959.

16. Motutapu Island

Motutapu Island
3.3 /5

16 km
from city center
16 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Motutapu Island is one of the oldest islands in the Hauraki Gulf and dates back 178 million years. New Zealand’s history as a nation runs parallel to that of the island. The island has also recently become home to conservation efforts by the New Zealand government, resulting in endangered flora and fauna being translocated there.

17. Mount Eden

Mount Eden

3 km
from city center
17 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

If New Zealand is on your bucket list, one of the places you cannot miss is Mount Eden, a suburb of Auckland on North Island. It is a place that strikes the right balance between culture and natural attractions. The best time to visit is between October to May to ensure pleasant weather and view when you are there.

18. Waitakere Ranges

Waitakere Ranges

0 km
from city center
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Waitakere Ranges represent hilly areas of Auckland. These are a part of the western coastline of the city and are known for their forest cover with the native rainforest of more than 16000 hectares. The regional park in the Waitakere Ranges sets a perfect example of an ecosystem that supports both the flora and fauna and the black sand surf beaches that attract tourists for a myriad of adventurous activities. Not only beaches but the walks and waterfalls are also incredible viewpoints with easy accessibility. So be it the sound of the mighty waterfalls, the sight of a beautiful beach sunset, or walking on a rugged coastline, this place can be anything you ask for.

19. The Viaduct Harbour

The Viaduct Harbour

1 km
from city center
19 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

The Viaduct Harbour, based in Auckland, New Zealand, comes to life at night. The place is always buzzing with people, booze, food, and fun: just about everything you need to make a night memorable. The Viaduct is a residential, commercial, and entertaining area where one can choose to dine in with their loved ones. The Harbour was formerly known as the Viaduct Basin, and as of yet, it is the busiest place in the Auckland Central Business district to be in during the night. If one chooses to take a walk before or after the fun, then one can always visit the National Maritime Museum, which is just adjacent to the Harbour.

20. Piha Beach

Piha Beach

29 km
from city center
20 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Piha is a small village with approx 600 residents and is located on the Western coast of Auckland. It is a 45-50 minutes drive away destination from the city. Piha, famous for its black-iron sand beach, is a significant tourist attraction and one of the favourite getaway destinations for Aucklanders during summer. The beach is home to surfers across the globe. The strong water current and high waves of Piha Beach provide the best destination for surfing. The Tasman Sea is moody and enchanting, allowing the surfers to play with the challenges.

21. Rainbow's End

Rainbow's End

19 km
from city center
21 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Rainbow’s End is a Theme Park located in Manukau, Auckland. It extends up to 9.3 Hectares making it the biggest theme park in New Zealand. It opened in 1982 and has been expanding and running wonderfully for over 39 years. The place is home to lots of Water Rides and entertainment centres. Rangatira Limited owns Rainbow’s End. It is built for everyone from 2-year-old children to 50-year-old adults. The place features the Kidz Kingdom, the winner of the “ Top Family Entertainment Center of the World Award” in 2015. 

22. Tiritiri Matangi Island

Tiritiri Matangi Island

30 km
from city center
22 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

An island where the sweet chirping of birds never stops echoing, Tiritiri Matangi Island is one of the most active and significant wildlife sanctuaries in New Zealand. The wildlife conservation island is a predator-free environment that provides a suitable habitat for about 87 varieties of species of birds, among which 12 are said to be endemic. The island is truly a wildlife wonderland and attracts around 32,000 tourists annually. A 75-minute ferry ride is all it takes to get to the bird’s paradise from the Auckland mainland.

23. Hobbiton Movie Set

Hobbiton Movie Set

140 km
from city center
23 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

New Zealand’s natural beauty has become inextricably linked with JRR Tolkien’s iconic Lord of the Rings series ever since Sir Peter Jackson’s celebrated big-screen adaptation came into fruition. The rolling green pastoral hills of the Alexander farm in Waikato became home to the Hobbits of Middle Earth, and the Shire was brought into existence.

24. Muriwai Beach

Muriwai Beach

29 km
from city center
24 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

The brooding black sand surf beaches of Muriwai, located a quick 45-minute drive from the heart of Auckland, is a different world from the manicured and landscaped setting of Auckland. People from across the globe flock to Muriwai to surf on its black sand beaches, given its distinctive colour due to volcanic activity. It is also home to one of the world’s largest Gannet colonies. The Gannet colonies can be seen from viewing platforms, which can be reached by hiking up the easily accessible cliff-top trails.

25. Ponsonby

Ponsonby

2 km
from city center
25 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Located at the heart of Auckland’s central business district, Ponsonby is a suburban area well-known for its chic restaurants, upscale fashion boutiques, trendy bars, and vibrant nightlife. The current Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, amongst many other high-profile personalities, are known to frequent Ponsonby’s chic establishments.

26. Devonport

Devonport

4 km
from city center
26 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Dubbed ‘Auckland’s Prettiest Village’, Devonport oozes old-world colonial charm. The refurbished Victorian-era buildings stand as proud as they did when they were first built in this small seaside port. Devonport is known for its rich-chocolate making tradition as well.

27. Hunua Falls

Hunua Falls

38 km
from city center
27 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Hunua Falls are located to the West of the Hunua Ranges Regional Park in South Auckland. They are one of the most picturesque places to visit in Auckland. Often visited during the winter or summer, the Hunua waterfalls are one of the famous swimming spots in Auckland and the destination has gained an enormous amount of attention over the years.

28. Auckland Botanic Garden

Auckland Botanic Garden

22 km
from city center
28 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Also known as the Gardens of Auckland, Auckland Botanic Gardens are spread over 64 hectares in Manurewa, a suburb in South Auckland. With evergreen plants and flowers, this attraction isn’t open only to Science freaks but to anyone who wants to relax and rejuvenate their senses with flora from across the world. Even though the Gardens are open throughout the year, the best time to visit them is from April to October. Their new project Potter Children’s Gardens includes two areas for children and adults to explore the dynamics of adaptation and the interconnection between Kereru and Puriri trees, two of the most common trees in the area.

29. Silo Park

Silo Park

1 km
from city center
29 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

One of the most urban-popular places to visit in Auckland is Silo Park. Commonly known as the hub of Wynyard Quarter, The Silo Park idea was started and implemented by the Wynyard Point redevelopment industry and is all set to capture the minds of those who want to see an alternative dimension to the waterfront industry of Auckland. What was earlier merely a maritime and an industrial precinct has now become a multipurpose site for you to socialise. Right from outdoor games to live performances to feasts, this place will spoil you for choices.

30. Wild On Waiheke

Wild On Waiheke

27 km
from city center
30 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Wild On Waiheke is a multipurpose garden on Waiheke Island, New Zealand. It includes a range of restaurants, vineyards, hotels and breweries and is mainly home to Wild Estate Vineyard and Restaurant and Waiheke Island Brewery. The Wild Estate Vineyard and Restaurant, located in Onetangi Valley, is one of the most exquisite vineyards in New Zealand, with wines ranging from Chardonnays to Syrahs to Pinot Gris. A viticulturist looks after the vineyard, Matt Sloane and their wines are made by the award-winning winemaker, Patrick Newton.

31. Coast to Coast Walkway

Coast to Coast Walkway

8 km
from city center
31 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Ranging from Waitemata Harbour to Manukau, the Coast to Coast Walk is a 16 km hike through Auckland. The walk gives one a glimpse of Maori culture and the breathtaking natural beauty of Auckland. The Coast to Coast walk gives you glimpses of hills, gardens, spectacular architecture and rich heritage enveloped in a mind-boggling topography. This walkway shows you the best that Auckland offers, from museums to colleges, sports clubs, volcanic sites, the iconic Cornwall Park and the One Tree Hill.

32. Kawau Island

Kawau Island

47 km
from city center
32 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Kawau Island, located in Auckland, is one of the largest islands that form the Hauraki Gulf. The island got its name from the Kawau Paka, a tiny shag cormorant found on the island. Rich in biodiversity, Kawau Island is a paradise where flora and fauna peacefully co-exist. The island proudly hosts copper and manganese mines, forests and windswept beaches. In addition, Kawau Island offers exhilarating water sports that will blow your mind. With so much to explore, Kawau Island is a must-visit.

33. Great Barrier Island

Great Barrier Island

93 km
from city center
33 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

The Great Barrier Island is situated 100 kms northeast of the Auckland mainland on the outer Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand. An off-the-grid destination with minimum noise and no artificial light, the Great Barrier Island is the perfect getaway from the stresses of daily life. Covering a total area of 285 sq kms, the Great Barrier Island is the sixth-largest island in New Zealand. It offers a variety of experiences ranging from trekking, kayaking, surfing, diving, snorkelling, fishing, bird-watching, star-gazing and much more.

34. The Civic Theatre

The Civic Theatre

14 km
from city center
34 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

The Civic Theatre exhibits elegance, ancestry, and artistry all at once. It is New Zealand’s premier lyric theatre situated in Auckland Central. It is the only prevailing “atmospheric theatre” in the Southern Hemisphere out of seven worldwide that still endures. It gives the illusion of being in an open theatre under the stars. An extraordinary soft-top ceiling hangs over the auditorium. The LED lights on this ceiling are a replica of the skyscape as of 20th April 1929, when the construction started. The auditorium has a seating capacity of 2379 people split across two levels.

35. Parnell Rose Gardens

Parnell Rose Gardens

2 km
from city center
35 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

The Parnell Rose Garden, which also goes by the name of Dove-Myer Robinson Park, is a magnificent park with a widely famous rose garden. It is named after Dove-Myer Robinson, who held the record for the longest-serving Mayor of Auckland, having office for 18 years. Popularly known for some of the roses being personally tended to by internationally renowned rose horticulturalists, the park is also home to the ‘white garden’ where weddings occasionally occur.

36. Hauraki Gulf Islands

Hauraki Gulf Islands

31 km
from city center
36 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

The Hauraki Gulf Islands is a cluster of islands spread across the Hauraki Gulf from Auckland to the Coromandel Peninsula. Nature’s gifts to New Zealand, these islands have diverse flora and fauna, providing habitat for some of the rarest species of birds, reptiles and plants on the planet. There are over 50 islands ranging from large landscapes with habitation to almost-barren islands with little more than rocks on them. Each of these islands offers diverse experiences and can be categorized into recreational, conservation and historical experiences. From kayaking, trekking and horse-riding to food and wine tasting, bird watching and sunbathing on the beach, there’s something to suit everyone’s interests.

37. Rotoroa Island

Rotoroa Island

39 km
from city center
37 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Rotoroa Island is spread across 200 acres and has an old community including a jail, cemetery, schoolhouse and a chapel. The island was initially a rehabilitation centre where alcoholics and drug abusers were sent to get clean. It has since become one of Auckland's most visited tourist attractions because of its tranquil beaches and quiet demeanour. A smattering of homestays dotting the island makes it a popular weekend getaway destination from Auckland.

38. Orewa Beach

Orewa Beach

30 km
from city center
38 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

The beach on Hibiscus Coast Highway is the perfect spot for tourists to stop by and spend some time. The word was initially taken from the native tree, “Rewarewa”. However, this name has been shortened over time to “Orewa”. Orewa Beach, around 44 kilometres from North Auckland, is known as the life of the beachside town. It is one of the longest beaches in Auckland and is one of the safest ones as well.

39. Stardome

Stardome

7 km
from city center
39 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Stardome is an observatory planetarium in Auckland, a perfect attraction for people interested in science, especially space. The research team at Stardome have always followed their love for the area and has shared this with people from across the globe. This place is not only open to public viewing in the evenings but also to daytime visits and educational school trips. The team at Stardome has been sharing their research on space for over 60 years now and is grateful for the support it gets from people and ratepayers.

40. Arataki Trails

Arataki Trails

18 km
from city center
40 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Arataki is a world apart from city life, and the Arataki Visitor Centre is the gateway to the Waitakere Ranges. This lush green sub-tropical rainforest is just a 30-minute drive from Auckland’s City Centre. Auckland is generally known for its artificial wonders, such as Queen Street, but it is here in the Waitakere where you realise the original rugged beauty of New Zealand.

41. Motuihe Island

Motuihe Island

17 km
from city center
41 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Motuihe Island is located in the Hauraki Gulf in New Zealand. It lies near Auckland and is sandwiched between Motutapu and Waiheke islands. The island's name has been derived from the word “Te Motu a Ihenga”, which in the Maori dialect means “the island of the Ihengas.” Spread over 440 acres, Motuihe Island is known for its beautiful beaches and a few coastal forests. The sprawling stretch of the beach is lined with trees native to the area, on the branches of which dwells the Tuatara - a species of lizard native to New Zealand. The beauty of the beaches is amplified by crystal clear water that crash onto the white sandy shore.

42. Tawharanui Regional Park

Tawharanui Regional Park

53 km
from city center
42 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

The Tawharanui Regional Park is based in Auckland, New Zealand. The park has distinct parts. First, it has a "mainland island" sanctuary which is essential for conserving native plants and animals. Secondly, there are farmland and also public recreation areas. The park is mainly grazed pasture with Manuka scattered throughout and coastal forest patches. The important coastal forest area is in the central-eastern part of the park, where Kauri and Rimu dominate the ridges.

43. Wenderholm Regional Park

Wenderholm Regional Park

35 km
from city center
43 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

The first regional park in Auckland, located right between Puhoi and Waiwera rivers, is the Wenderholm Regional Park. A well set out park, this attraction is spread over 134 hectares of land. It features a 2-kilometre walking track called Maungatauhoro Te Hikoi, the Couldrey House homestead, and a carved Pouwhenua, a wooden post used by Maori, the indigenous people of New Zealand. This place is open throughout the year, but it is best to do a humidity check before planning a visit.

44. Parnell Rose Gardens

Parnell Rose Gardens

8,193 km
from city center
44 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

The Parnell Rose Garden, which also goes by the name of Dove-Myer Robinson Park, is an exquisite park with a widely famous rose garden inside it. It is named after Dove-Myer Robinson, who held the record for the longest serving Mayor of Auckland, holding office for a full term of 18 years. Popularly known for some of the roses being personally tended to by internationally renowned rose horticulturalists, the park is also home to the ‘white garden’ where weddings occasionally take place.

45. Manukau Heads Lighthouse

Manukau Heads Lighthouse

30 km
from city center
45 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Manukau Heads Lighthouse is located on the top of the Awhitu Peninsula to the South of Manukau Heads. This lighthouse is one of the few accessible and open to public viewing in New Zealand. The site includes an enormous free car park, a wooden lighthouse tower and a signal station. The Manukau Heads Lighthouse is renowned for its magnificent view of the Manukau Harbour, Paratutae, Waitakere Ranges and Auckland. It is also home to one of the rarest species of dolphins in New Zealand, the Manukau Dolphin.

46. Bethell's Beach

Bethell's Beach

28 km
from city center
46 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Located 30 km away from central Auckland, Bethell's Beach is a small seaside settlement in northern Auckland, on New Zealand's North Island. The beach was renamed in 1976 from Bethell's Beach to Te Henga, meaning 'sand' in Maori, to better reflect the Maori heritage of the beach.

47. Queen Street Auckland

Queen Street Auckland

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from city center
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Queen Street has been the host of many parades and marches and is the site of many political and cultural events. As a result, it is one of the most highly visited areas in New Zealand. Most banks, department stores, and restaurants have a franchise on Queen Street, which is known as the main retail precinct of the city.

48. Puhoi River

Puhoi River

40 km
from city center
48 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Puhoi is located near Auckland on New Zealand's North Island. In the native Maori language, Puhoi means "slow water." Puhoi has a distinctly Bohemian feel to it, resulting from the village's original settlers, who hailed from Bohemia. Migrants from the modern-day Czech Republic arrived in Puhoi from 1863 until 1866.

49. Mahurangi Regional Park

Mahurangi Regional Park

38 km
from city center
49 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Mahurangi Regional Park is located in New Zealand. It encompasses some of the most beautiful sandy spots in the Kiwi land that have distinct beauty and charm to themselves. The Pohutakawa trees are native to the area and look splendid. Being on the brink of the Puhoi River, Mahurangi Regional Park is a fantastic place for swimming and kayaking.

50. St. Patrick's Cathedral Auckland

St. Patrick's Cathedral Auckland

0 km
from city center
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Situated at the heart of the city, St. Patrick's Cathedral is known as the mother church of Auckland.

51. Domain Wintergardens

Domain Wintergardens

2 km
from city center
51 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

The Domain Wintergardens is a famous landmark in Auckland and has been recognized as one of the Category 1 historic places by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust. The venue attracts many tourists because of its unique architecture and the ever-changing display of the flora found there. The Wintergardens are located within the Auckland Domain, on the Wintergarden road, again signifying the historical importance that the place holds.

52. Stonyridge

Stonyridge

27 km
from city center
52 out of 82
things to do in Auckland

Stonyridge is a beautiful world-renowned vineyard located on Waiheke Island, near Auckland, New Zealand. Stonyridge cultivates its wines using the same time-tested methods that the original pioneers of wine production, the French, used. Stonyridge's vineyards produce some of the country's best Cabernet and Bourdeaux wines. In addition, it makes prime categories of estate-grown wines, routinely conferred some of the wine industry's highest awards.

FAQs on Auckland

What are the top hotels in Auckland?

There are 1348 Hotels in Auckland which can be booked through Holidify. The most popular hotels in Auckland are Warblers Retreat, Ferrymead Gardens, Longview Villa, 6 Gunson Street, The Grange, Coast Retreat Muriwai - Walk to the Beach!. You can see all the hotels in Auckland here

What are the top activities in Auckland?

The top activities in Auckland are Auckland Airport (AKL) Express Transfer Tickets by SkyBus, Auckland Sky Tower Admission, Hobbiton and Waitomo Caves Tour, Shared and Private Auckland Airport (AKL) Transfers to/from Auckland CBD, Private Auckland Airport (AKL) Transfers for Auckland, Auckland Skydive .

What are the top shopping places in Auckland?

The top shopping places in Auckland are Ponsonby, Queen Street Auckland, Night Markets in Auckland.

What are the top sightseeing places in Auckland?

The top sightseeing places in Auckland are Sky Tower, Cornwall Park, Rangitoto Island, Waiheke Island, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland Zoo.

How much does a package cost for Auckland?

The packages for Auckland start at INR 88840 which can be further customized based on number of people, days, hotel category, vehicle type and customizations. You can have a look at all packages here

How can I commute within Auckland?

There are numerous options to get around the city on your travels. Buses are the most used, as they cover a large network of routes throughout the city and are also inexpensive. The train services within the city are not exceptional, and have only 4 lines so far, namely the Southern, Onehunga, Western and Eastern. Auckland is pretty easily explored by car. There are plenty of car rental options in the city, offering all sorts of cars from the lower to the higher price bracket. Commuting via taxi is an easy option too. You will not find yourself arguing over prices as most taxi drivers follow the meter prices. Apps can be booked via phone or simply hailed from the street. Ferry services are also an integral part of Auckland's public transport, connecting the mainland with the islands nearby. AT HOP cards can be purchased for travel on trains, buses or ferries. They cost only NZD 10 and can be recharged as per requirement. They usually provide a 20% discount on all rides.
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