Places to visit in Auckland Auckland is a modern cosmopolitan city with a population of 1.4 million peoples and roughly one third of New Zealand's entire population reside in Auckland. The city has developed within the same time frame and similar urban patterns as California. Today the city and suburbs sprawl over a large urban area, hemmed to the east and west by two large harbors and ocean beyond.
Hauraki Gulf This place consists of 47 isles, the most well-known of which is Waiheke for its outstanding beaches and bays.
Albany and Silverdale Albany and Silverdale are both successful suburbs areas with popularity as a deal hunter heaven. Fantastic kinds can capture an Auckland Blues or Vodafone Warriors Match at Northern Harbour Stadium and don’t skip out on Snowplanet, Auckland’s only inside ski hotel.
Ambury Regional Park Wonderful Scenery and amazing history merge at Ambury – the park rests on top of ash-covered lava moves and stone piles indicate early Maori gardening sites.
Anchor Bay Beach The capturing white sand beach at Anchor Bay can be found within the Tawharanui Local Park, set on a distant peninsula offering some of the Auckland area most wonderful seashores.
Auckland Botanic Gardens You don’t have to be a grower yourself to appreciate the attractiveness of the Auckland Botanic Garden.
Awhitu Peninsula Discover a hidden gem full of record, personality and natural charm. Awhitu Peninsula is only a time from town center Auckland, but its wide panoramas across wild, black-sand seashores and seaside cliff-top streets make it a real evade.
Auckland City Heritage Walk Discovering uptown Auckland on foot is the best way to appreciate the area rich heritage and beautiful historical structures. www.dearflight.co.uk