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AUCKLAND

Auckland is known throughout the world as a sailing city. Half marina and half urban area, it is located on a narrow strip of land bordering the Pacific Ocean and is perfectly situated for practicing water sports in its beautiful ports and bays. It is a cosmopolitan city with an attractive nightlife, and fashion and arts scene. It is close to other parts of New Zealand so it is a perfect starting point for tours of the island. Only minutes away you can be on a quiet, secluded beach or exploring a native forest on a sub-tropical island; it all depends on the road you take.

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Activities & Tourist Attractions

  • Auckland Town Hall Auditorium
  • Auckland Civic Theatre
  • Harbour Bridge
  • Auckland War Memorial Museum
  • Aotea Square
  • Britomart Transport Centre
  • Eden Park
  • Karangahape Road
  • Kelly Tarlton’s Underwater World
  • Auckland Transportation and Technology Museum
  • Queen Street
  • Viaduct Basin Sky Tower

General Information

Altitude: 79 masl

Surface Area: 1,086 km²

Time Zone: UTC +12

Language: English

Currency: Australian Dollar

Voltage: 230 V

HOW TO GET THERE?

Auckland International Airport, New Zealand’s national airport is 21 km away, beside the port of Manukau in the Mangere district. It offers air connections to Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan and the west coast of the United States.

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