Auckland is New Zealand’s modern cosmopolitan city and roughly one-third of New Zealand’s entire population reside in Auckland. From verdant green suburbs to the high skyscrapers, Auckland has the best of all. Thanks to its geographical location, and modern infrastructure, there’s no end to what you can explore. The city is much like a canvas, on which you can paint memories you’ll always cherish.
Touch the sky at Sky Tower
Auckland’s skyline is dominated by the iconic 328-meters-tall Sky Tower. It is a hub for tourists for its scenic view, go for adventure activities, and luxury dining in the revolving restaurant, Orbit 360˚ is a must. The adrenaline adventure such as sky jumping and sky walking is worth a try
Colourful wishes at Rainbow’s End
The largest theme park of New Zealand, Rainbow’s Park is one of the fun places in Auckland for those with a young heart. The rides vary right from kid-friendly to more thrilling ones for the adults. The park also features a special kids’ zone for children below 8 years.
Shop like a queen at Queen Street
Flecked with restaurants, cafes and shops the Queen Streets is a hub of Auckland attractions. The night gets more exciting with the enchanting local theatre performances and live music shows. Moreover explore the fashion hotspot – High Street & Chancery and grab the best food in the city.
Recreational hub, Cornwall Park
This expansive parkland is a peaceful hideout to unwind and indulge in recreational activities. Lined with trees, it has ancient heritage sites, farms, bistros & cafes, and a sports ground. One Tree Hill is the volcanic cone, one of the most salient features of the Cornwall Park.
Experience crystal clear waters and glistening skyline at Waitemata Harbour
The name Waitemata comes from the Maori language and means obsidian glass. It is named after the sparkling water which resembles dark volcanic glass found in the region by early-settlers. Waitemata Harbour is counted as one of the best tourist attractions in Auckland as it allows a magnificent view of the Auckland city.
Youngest Volcanic cone, Rangitoto Island
One of the most iconic islands of the country, Rangitoto Island is one of the largest and youngest of the 48 volcanic-cones in Auckland. Frequent ferries sail between Auckland and Rangitoto, making it amongst one of the easiest and beautiful places to visit near Auckland.
A suburb taste of life at Mount Eden
Take a glance at the glimmering skyline of the most influential cities in the world. It is nothing less than a delight. The suburb, Mount Eden gives a hypnotic 360 degree view of the city. It is one of the best places to treat your eyes with!
Auckland Zoo, a home to the largest collection of animals
Spread over 40 acres of land, the Auckland Zoo is known to house a large number of animals and birds. One of the most fun places in Auckland to visit, it is not merely about looking at the animals from afar or behind a fence; there are a number of experiences that make the visit surreal.
Kelly Tarlton’s Sea Life Aquarium
Named after a famous marine archaeologist and diver, Kelly Tarlton’s Sea Life Aquarium is a public-aquarium with one of the largest penguin colonies in the world to show. It is also a house to the biggest species of stingrays, along with the largest collection of sharks in whole of New Zealand.
Auckland War Memorial Museum
Auckland War Memorial Museum narrates the natural and military history of New Zealand. The building’s neo-classical styled architecture has made a mark in the history and made it to the list of an important landmark of the city.