One of the most beautiful cities in New Zealand, Auckland is known for its popular sailing, earning it the nickname ‘City of Sails’. There are more than 100 beaches within an hours’ drive from central Auckland and the majority of beaches here are generally categorized by area, being known either simply as the East, West or North beaches. Corporate picnic Sydney are designed to entertain people in the company of all ages throughout the entire day.
The city’s landscape is dominated by volcanic hills, the twin harbours, bays, beaches and islands. Its nickname ‘the city of sails’ is very apt. Auckland has more boats per capita than anywhere else in the world.
Auckland has some of the most popular tourist attractions in the North Island and throughout New Zealand, and there are also plenty of things to see and do in Auckland and the surrounding suburbs.
Tourist attractions in the North Auckland area include Auckland cruises and breathtaking coastal views, Auckland historic guided tours and walking / tramping trails, and beaches and regional park attractions and some are –
Viaduct Harbour is a trendy area in Auckland, next to the city centre. Famous for playing an important part in the America’s Cup yachting race, other attractions at Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour include lively street cafes, restaurants and bars with exceptional views of the nearby waterfront, and the stunning yachts in the harbour.
Western Springs are home to a number of large lakes, full of local wildfowl, colourful birds and wildlife. The Western Springs are responsible for much of the city’s water supply and are also an important recreational area, with children’s playgrounds, picnic spots and walking / tramping trails.
Auckland Zoo is probably Auckland’s premier attraction for children and families, with more than 500 native animals and exotic creatures from around the world. Other attractions at Auckland Zoo include picnic spots, a cafe, play areas for children, and a well-stocked gift shop, full of zoo souvenirs.
Kelly Tarlton’s Antarctic Encounter and Underwater World:
Kelly Tarlton’s Antarctic Encounter and Underwater World is one of Auckland’s most popular attractions for travelers famous for huge sharks, colorful native fish, large stingrays and penguins.
Auckland is a vibrant place to visit at any time of the year and with over 100 stunning beaches, many exceptional walking / tramping trails, and an average of seven to eight hours of sunny weather each single day, it is hardly surprising that this enticing holiday destination attracts visitors and tourists from all over the world. Just some tips if you want to go to the zoo make sure you go earlier because of traffic.