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How to get to School, Auckland University, 22 Princes Street


I have to be at the SCHOOL, Auckland University, 22 Princes Street next Friday to sit for an exam. I am not familiar with Auckland at all, so will appreciate your help with direction, etc.

I notice that one of the airbus' destination is Auckland University.

Question: Is this destination anywhere new the SCHOOL, Auckland University, 22 Princes Street?

Thanks, hear from you soon.

Sitting for CBAP exam

Re: How to get to School, Auckland University, 22 Princes Street

by Kakapo2

The stop is not exactly in Prices Street but rather close. Have a look at the route on this website:


And you will see that Princes Street is close. The actual stop (blue number 2) is in Symonds Street. From the stop you would have walk left into Wellesley St, then right into Princes, it leads along Albert Park, and the word "University" is noted in the map.

Re: How to get to School, Auckland University, 22 Princes Street

by paulwf

Further to Kakapo2 comments I would walk down Symonds Street, then turn left in Alfred St, then turn right onto Princes Street. Then head towards the Clock Tower. This route is less hilly than going along Wellesley Street then up Princes Street.

Re: How to get to School, Auckland University, 22 Princes Street

by Kakapo2

Yessssssss, this is a nice climb :-) But a healthy person should survive it ;-)

Travel Tips for Auckland

Maori Culture

by ATXtraveler

Aotearoa - Land of the Long White Cloud is the Maori name for New Zealand, and its Maori roots are evidenced even in the middle of downtown Auckland. From the Auckland Museum to the Skytower, and throughout the streets evidence of this heritage is apparent.

As we strolled along in the ground floor of the Skytower, we saw this great Maori carving. It features the intricate woodworking, and of course the traditional Paua shell eyes. We would learn more about this culture on our trip to Rotorua.

Have fun learning more in Auckland!

Explore the Islands of the Hauraki Gulf.

by Robdaz

The Island we visited was Motuihe Island, one of the many islands around Gulf. As auckland is surrounded by waters , it was great opportunity to enjoy themselves on this very well organised company family day. Everyone assembled at the Subritzky cargo wharf
near the tank farm early in the morning. We were all take a slow cargo barge to the island.
There were lots of drinks and a Jazz Band to entertain us on the way to the Island and the kids were kept busy ( and quiet) by magicians, clown and face painters.

Westfield Glenfield Shopping Centre

by keeweechic

Westfield Glenfield is on the northshore. The centre first opened in 1971 as Glenfield Mall. It was fairly small in comparison to what it is today. When the Westfield group took over there was a major redevelopment and the new and improved Glenfield shopping centre was opened in 2000. There are 177 specialty stores and kiosks, 4 major retailers which include Foodtown, Farmers, The Warehouse and the other major grocery chain, Countdown. There s also a foodcour which seats 600 people.

The BEST restaurant in Auckland!

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Whenever we all want to go out for fine dining or to celebrate something, Antoine's is the place. It is quaint, very upscale with the most delicious cuisine. My husband's parents also are friends with the owners and they always do their best to give us their best. Everything is great, honestly. The Bluff oysters are superb

Restaurant with a view...

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Art Ducko is situated in Waiake on Auckland's North Shore. The restaurant is opposite the beach and there are fantastic views from just about any seat in the place! The menu is quite pricey, but the food is well prepared and well presented. The desserts are served up as a real treat, both to the eye and the palate. The service is very good.
One drawback to this place is that the wine menu is limited. There is only one variety of red served by the glass, so if you like Merlot, you have to buy the whole bottle!
The theme of the restaurant is most definitely ducks! They're everywhere. There's plenty on the menu beside duck though. I had the venison steak when I went in September 2005. The steak was prepared excellently, bu unfortunately in January I had been spoilt by experiencing wild venison steaks and the flavour of this particular piece of meat just didn't compare.


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