The Jasmine Cottage Bed And Breakfast

20 Buchanan Street, Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand
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11 hours to kill

by annee5

Hello all,

Am arriving in Auckland for an 11 hour stopover in November this year, can anyone recommend something to do during this time ?
Many thanks


Re: 11 hours to kill

by allikat

Hi there,

You can hop on the shuttle bus that leaves right from the airport and head into the city. You could explore the area around the Viaduct Basin, which has some good bars and cafes. There is the Maritime Museum if that sort of thing interests you, and you would have time for a harbour cruise. From the waterfront it's a short walk to the Sky Tower with it's casinos and observation deck and the option to do a tower climb or a controlled wire descent. If you're up for the adrenaline thing you can also bungy from the harbour bridge.

Re: 11 hours to kill

by mauricefletchernz

Read the answer to the questions below yours posted Jan 17
Cheers, and enjoy Auckland

Re: 11 hours to kill

by Kakapo2

Not to forget Auckland Museum and Parnell which is just a super short bus ride, or you can even walk from the city centre. And Kelly Tarlton's, Victoria Market...

Re: 11 hours to kill


Take the Airbus shuttle into Auckland CBD, jump on the Devonport ferry and make the 10 minute crossing to Devenport on the Northshore. Lots of quaint shops and historical buildings. The ferry is the cheapest way to see the sights of the harbour. Return to Auckland, take a coffee in the Viaduct, ride to the top of the Sky Tower, browse the shops for a souvenier and take the bus back to the airport.
Have a great time.

Travel Tips for Auckland

Eden Park

by keeweechic

Eden Park has been a sports ground since 1900 and in 1910 became the home of Auckland Cricket in 1910. Ruby followed in 1925. Over the past 100 years, Eden Park has played host to many memorable sporting events.

Today the park is home of the Blues and the Auckland NPC team. The seating capacity is 43,000 which makes it the biggest sporting venue in New Zealand.

Western Park

by keeweechic

Western Park is one of the city’s oldest and most eminent parks. Its creation came about from the Councils proposal for the best new park design, for which they put up ten guineas as prize money. There were 11 different designs in all submitted and the park was finished in 1874. At that time some 1100 deciduous and coniferous trees were planted in the park. The park was officially opened in 1897.

Public transportation in Auckland

by salisbury3933

Public transport in Auckland is frankly inadequate, and the regional council, city councils and central government is trying to do something about it, moving at a slow pace, but the train network is being slowly extended now.

Buses, trains and ferries will get you around Auckland, but most Aucklanders get around by car, as public transport just isn't good enough.

Excellent coffee and breakfast food

by BurgerQueen about Esquiries Coffee

Esquiries Coffee is very similar to the Starbucks concept, and thus offers a large variety of coffees, teas and sweets, together with the possibility to have a light lunch.
Since we stayed at the Mercure Hotel in Customs street, we became familiar with the Esquiries Coffee in just in front of the hotel entrance, and we loved it because of the yummy muffins and cakes, but also because of the relaxed atmosphere of the outside tables.

Bungy Jumping in Auckland!

by yozza2005

Off of harbour bridge.
Ok, so its not Sydney harbour bridge, but the bungy off of Aucklands harbour bridge is a must for all. Its cheap, the staff are nice, they pick you up from your hostel/hotel and provide refreshment after you have been dunked in the water!
A must!


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