Auckland North Shore Motels & Holiday Park

52 Northcote Road, Auckland Central, 0750, New Zealand

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  • Auckland Farmstay

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    Its fantastic and their farm provides a unique, fun holiday for adults and children, in other words the Farmstay in New Zealand.

    Unique Quality: views are great especially the lake in front.

    Directions: RD 1236
    Great South Road
    Drury
    Auckland

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Auckland StopOver

by rslynn07

Hi

I'm stopping over at Auckland next week - arriving Auckland Airport at 11am and departing at 7pm. I understand that it takes about an hour to get into the city from the airport so that leaves me about 5 hours to kill.

Would someone kindly recommend what should I do and where should I go, bearing in mind my limited time and that it's now winter!!!

Thanks so much :)

Re: Auckland StopOver

by gokuniz

I live in Auckland for many many years now. It only takes about 30 mins to Auckland City Centre from the Airport. I would suggest that you take a taxi although it's a little more costly than the shuttle but it saves you a lot of time. It's about NZD 50. I would suggest that you go to Sky Tower where you can view the whole of Auckland from the top. Go there for a little lunch instead of buying the ticket which alone costs you $25. There is a restaurant on the top of the tower. Stay for around 1 hour and continue walking around the city centre if you want to. You can take a LINK bus and have a brief tour of Auckland city. the whole trip takes abit more than 1 hour. Unfortunately, Auckland doesn't have a rail system to make going around easier if you are not driving otherwise I'd suggest that you go to One Tree Hill and Mission Bay. For more information about the public transport go to www.maxx.co.nz

Re: Auckland StopOver

by Kerikiwi

Kia ora
A visit to the Auckland War Memorial Museum could be worth considering. There they have a superb collection of Maori taonga (treasures) and there is a short cultural performance 3 times daily : you might catch the 1.30 performance. I think it is $25 per person.
Check their website for more info:
www.aucklandmuseum.com

Re: Auckland StopOver

by kzapanta

Those two ideas are great. From the sky tower, you can just walk around heading towards the bay and there are a lot of interesting things to do.

Re: Auckland StopOver

by rslynn07

thank you very much guys!!

Travel Tips for Auckland

waiheke island

by Anja1216

Just a 20 minute ferry ride from Auckland is Waiheke island, a small slice of lazy paradise in full view of the bustling city. Waiheke is an island of rolling hills and quite a few vineyards. I rented a bicycle and rode from the ferry terminal down to Stony Ridge Vineyard, where I was plied with wine and a cheese and tomato sandwich. The ferry building has an information booth and many maps and pamphletts to direct you to all the wineries. If you don't want to bike, there are coaches and guided tours that can take you, but on a summer's day (end of January) with just the perfect amount of subtle breeze, the biking was perfect!

And the best reward was as I climbed up a tall hill, to my right was an almost hidden beach, as calm as bathwater, and sparkling crystal turquoise. I hopped off and ran into the water, rejuvenating and cooling off after all my hard work and tastes of Merlot! It was just one of those days where everything fell into place, and all conditions were perfect for a great memory!

I think the ferry ride was about $17. NZ, and bike rental was 40. The wine and food were free!

Bucklands Beach

by keeweechic

Bucklands Beach is also on the eastern side of Auckland and next to Half Moon Bay Marina. The Yacht club was host to the 1999 and 2002 Louis Vuitton cup challenge races for the America’s Cup. The club which overlooks the marina and Tamaki Estuary, has three bars and a bistro. The Marina is mostly only available to permanent members but some visitor berths may be available by prior arrangement. The opening hours of the marina is 8,30am -15.00pm .

Auckland Explorer Bus

by Xtian

Hop-on, hop-off sightseeing with full commentary. Visits Viaduct Harbour, Kelly Tarlton's, Auckland Museum, Parnell, SKYCITY, Victoria Park Market. All day pass : Adults $30, child $15. Departs ferry building every 60mins from 10am or Sky Tower from 9.45am.

best crispy duck and dessert platter

by Audrey118 about French Cafe

Another highly rated restaurant by local mag, Cuisine, French Cafe is definetely more exciting than White at the Hilton. Here - must eat is the duck dish with fig sauce and sweet potato mash. And for dessert - go for the platter...
fine and smooth with sugar crackle on top cr?me brul?e, apricot pur?e and cocoa caramel, and white chocolate fondant.

There is a tasting menu for 90 dollars

Auckland Sky Tower

by ATXtraveler

It touts itself as one of New Zealand's premier attractions, which is something that should not be taken lightly. After all, this is coming from the country that gave us zorbing, jetboating, and most importantly bungee jumping. Taking all that into consideration, the Auckland Skytower looks like Seattle's Space Needle from afar, but is much more than that in person.

Skytower actually has several parts to it... a casino for the oxygen deprived slot machine generation, fine dining in a rotating restaurant for the foodies, and a couple adrenaline injecting sport activities like the Skyjump and Skyclimb!

For those more on a normal tourism adventure, stick with the observation deck, which is assured to give you the best vantage point in the entire city!

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Address: 52 Northcote Road, Auckland Central, 0750, New Zealand