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Auckland Sunset and Night Photography Tour
"Our tour normally starts at Mt Victoria where we can watch the sun setting and get some great images of Auckland bathed in orange light. On our way to Northcote we see some of Devonports finest buildings and beaches. At Northcote we get a great shot of t we also walk up onto a motorway overpass which is a great opportunity to get some light trail photographs. Our drive then takes us around  Auckland's waterfront to see the nightlife and admire Mission Bay with all the shops and the great fountain li another great shot is at Bastion Point overlooking Auckland and out to sea . Then its up through Parnell with its quaint colonial houses and a stop at St Marys church at the top of Parnell. Rated as one of the finest wooden examples of gothic arc"""The beauty of Auckland is truly appreciated at night being reflected in the Waitemata harbor. Auckland really comes to life at night and is easily photographed as it's not very busy and we have access to some great spots. Whether it's a stunning view of the Harbor Bridge Auckland War Memorial Museum or the early colonial houses in Parnell
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Auckland Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"The Auckland Hop-on Hop-off tour includes commentary and visits the ""Big 14 Attractions"" of Auckland. Buses leave every 30 minutes in summer and hourly in winter. Explore the likes of Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium Auckland Museum Mt Eden and the Sky Tower to name just a few. Valid for one or two days the Auckland hop-on hop-off tour takes one-hour to complete an entire loop or you can choose to hop-on and off during the day visiting Auckland's attractions along the way. There is a comprehensive audio commentary on the bus as it travels around the loop. The audio commentary is available in English only. Chinese French Korean
From NZD45.00
 
Auckland Museum General Entry Ticket
"Housed in one of the country's finest heritage buildings the Museum's three floors tell the story of New Zealand. From the great Polynesian voyages which first brought people to Aotearoa to the diverse cultures and communities that make up Auckland today Auckland Museum portrays the rich diversity of New Zealand."""Auckland Museum is regarded as one of the finest museums in the southern hemisphere and is renowned for its unique collection of Maori and Pacific treasures.title=Highlights&1=Auckland+Museum+admission+ticket&2=Gain+access+to+three+floors+of+cultural+exhibits&3=See+a+unique+collection+of+Maori+carvings%2C+buildings%2C+canoes+and+treasures&4=Learn+about+Pacific+culture%2C+art+and+heritage
From NZD25.00

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Parnell Village Shops

Höglund Glass is one of the top quality New Zealand items you may like to purchase on your visit down here. Of course transporting this medium home can be a mission, however the shop will organise...
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Newmarket

Here is a chance for New Zealanders and travellers to purchase this quality French lavender produce imported from Provence, Sth France. This range of creams, oils and such are well known and liked all...
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Zarbo Delicatessen & Café.

This place is the whole experience. You can have lunch and or you can shop for food and kitchen items not normally found in NZ shops. The ambience is busy and I found it too noisy, but it's a lively...
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Auckland Fish Market

The Auckland Fish Market is perhaps one of the more interesting places to buy seafood in New Zealand. I guess it is somewhere a local is more likely to go than a tourist however the morning fish...
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Westfield Shopping Centre

St Lukes is one of the many Westfield Shopping Centre's dotted around Auckland and the closest one to the city. It is about 10 minutes by car from my house (Mt Eden) and I often shop here. There are a...
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Dress Smart Outlet Shopping

The dressmart is a great place to shop for clothing (men's, women's, children's, sporting) if you are living in Auckland or even visiting and looking for a bargain. The stores are all discount or...
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DFS DUTYFREE

duty free perfumes are the best buys but dont buy anything else its cheaper outside new zealand. Its stills puzzle why they call it a duty free when its more expensive inside this store than outside....
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Smith and Caughey's

Smith and Caughey's is an upmarket Department Store in two locations, Queen Street and Newmarket. I only ever shop here in their two sales that are held every year. You can buy expensive foreign goods...
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Shopping Malls

Auckland is littered with shopping malls. All the have the same standard shops, just a different location. Good for a look around. Not a major price differences between any place in Auckland. But as...
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Newmarket is a little more up-market than other shopping areas in Auckland. You can find the usual shops at 277 Broadway but along Broadway there are little boutique stores as well. Smith and...
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Top Hotels in Auckland Region

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90 Federal St, P.O. Box 90643, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand
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Corner of Tawa and Huia Streets, Little Oneroa, Waiheke Island, North Island, New Zealand
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38 Medland Road, Great Barrier Island, NZ
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9-13 Tamariki Ave, Orewa Beach, Orewa, New Zealand
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147 Quay St, Princes Wharf, Auckland, North Island, 1010, New Zealand
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83 Delamore Drive, PO Box 572, Waiheke Island, North Island, New Zealand
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Top Things to Do in Auckland Region

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Mt Eden

This is the highest mount of Auckland. It is an extinguished volcano. The bus cannot reach the top, so you have to walk about 300 meters from the bus stop up to the crater. The view is nice but you...
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Oneroa

Every Saturday morning 8.00am - 1.00pm, the Island holds a community market at the RSA in Ostend. Lots of gifts, arts and crafts, second-hand goods, and even entertainment, organic produce, books,...
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Auckland Zoo.

If you want to see a live Kiwi, then come to the Auckland Zoo. This is why we came. The Kiwi is in a nocturnal house featuring kiwi and tuatara. The nocturnal house lighting is set to a dim moonlight,...
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Devonport

Devonport was one of the highlights for me when I went to Auckland. Located on the north shore it is just a 12 minute ferry ride away from downtown Auckland. (This is one of the best ways to see the...
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Cornwall Park

Make sure u visit one of the many volcanoes around Auckland....there aren't too many Cities around the world where suburbs and remnants of volcanoes intermingle... Maungkiekie (or One Tree Hill) is a...
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Auckland Museum and Domain

Reading the name of this museum, actually I wanted to skip as I am not a fan of war memorials. My friend wanted to see a Maori performance that are available at the museum four times a day: 11am,...
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