Gaze at the view across Auckland from the top of New Zealand’s tallest tower while dining in a rotating restaurant, or take a dive in a cable-controlled jump.
The pygmy marmoset and the massive white rhino are among the rare wildlife you’ll find here, along with species from across New Zealand and beyond.
Day or night, this modern marina precinct is a great spot to dine along the waterfront, attend yachting events and learn about the region’s maritime heritage.
Grab your walking boots and explore the historic buildings of the local village as well as a 19th century prison, before taking a peek into the volcano crater.
A remote and idyllic beach where striking emerald cliffs and lush rainforests meet black sandy shores and clear blue waters.
A park built on the site of what was once an active volcano, today is a beautiful spot with towering trees, sculptural works and even a museum.
A city surrounded by natural wonders, Auckland is perfect for all kinds of adventures, from eating out on the water, to going on safari to peeking inside a volcano.
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Explore Auckland’s inner-city hub to find historic architecture alongside contemporary designs, the revitalised Auckland Waterfront and a busy shopping precinct.
A delightful small island, home to picturesque coastal villages, Waiheke is famous for its vineyards and beaches, gourmet food and thriving artistic culture.
Find colorful markets, stunning gardens and New Zealand’s biggest theme park when you visit Auckland’s most multi-cultural district.
Whether you seek thrilling watersports or deep relaxation, you can find it in this beautiful beach town and gateway to the Hibiscus Coast.
Overlooking the Mahurangi River, this attractive town is ideally positioned as a gateway to magnificent Kowhai Coast beaches and the wine region.