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Auckland Botanic Garden

Auckland Botanic Garden

Have a memorable experience in the Auckland Botanic Garden. The young garden created from a farmland has a diverse variety of plants. It has native plant collections displaying the flora which grows naturally in the soil of Northern New Zealand. There is also an exclusive collection of plants of the threatened species. The garden is adorned by beautiful sculptures made by renowned artists of New Zealand. Besides it, the garden also has a Potter's children garden. A biennial exhibition is held in the garden to showcase the permanent collection of the place.

Auckland Zoo

Auckland Zoo

Auckland zoo is a famous Zoological garden of Auckland located next to Western Springs Park. Spread on a land of 16.35 hectares, the zoo is home to around 1000 animals of 126 species. It is a well maintained attraction of Auckland promoting wildlife conservation. Enjoy an interactive tour of the zoo and learn about the wildlife of New Zealand. You can also enjoy a Night Safari or Behind the scene tour at the zoo.

Travelling to Auckland, New Zealand

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Auckland is the largest city of New Zealand and the largest Polynesian city in the world. It lies in the Northern island of New Zealand on an Isthmus which was first inhabited by Maori Circa, the natives of New Zealand. At present, the city is a prominent part of New Zealand and is home to around 1.45 million people which make one-third of the total population of New Zealand.
The cosmopolitan city is dotted by beautiful beaches, hiking trails and charming islands that offer a great escape from daily monotony and hectic schedules. Further the sunny climate of the city, rich Polynesian culture and its craze for good food, make Auckland a great holiday destination for travel enthusiasts.

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Auckland Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

The tickets to all the major attractions of the city can be bought online as well as offline. But if you wish to grab a good deal and save on queueing up at ticket counters, buy the tickets online from this site.

How To Get Around?

You can easily explore Auckland via public transport. Buses, train and ferries have regular routes to all the major attractions, dining and shopping avenues of the city. Britomart is the main transport hub of the city from where most of the buses and trains start and finish their journey. Ferries also depart from Downtown near Britomart. You can even hire a car or motorbike to explore more of the city.

What Should I Wear?

Pack your clothes according to the season. Winters are chilly; therefore, you should carry some of your warmest clothes. Spring and autumn are moderate with cooler evenings, hence do carry one or two light jackets. Summers are warm but after sunset, temperature can drop a bit. Rains are frequent in New Zealand, therefore a waterproof jacket is essential, no matter which season it is. Please note that New Zealand lies in Southern hemisphere, hence seasons are reversed.

Auckland Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Spring (September to November) and Fall (March to May) are the best seasons to visit Auckland. Temperatures are mild during this time and crowd moderate. Summer is the peak season with warmest weather. Visiting during this time can be quite expensive. Winter months July and August see less crowd and are quite cold.

Currency

New Zealand Dollar

Will I Need a Guide?

Auckland is a big city and can be difficult to explore for a person visiting it for the first time. Plan your tour beforehand or better opt for a guided tour for a pleasant experience in the city.

How To Get There?

Auckland International Airport is New Zealand's largest airport that connects Auckland to all the major cities around the world. The city can be easily accessed from the neighbouring cities of the North island by bus. There are few trains connecting Auckland to major cities of New Zealand. Owing to an extensive road network throughout New Zealand, Auckland can be best accessed via road from the neighbouring cities.

Additional Info

Auckland is a safe city for tourists, but you need to be careful about your safety and that of your belongings. Also, please note that in New Zealand driving is done on the left side of the road.