Auckland is the largest northernmost city in New Zealand. Sitting by two beautiful harbours, both sides of of the north Island. Auckland has wonderful environment. Bars and cafes and seaside, just for relax or step out in adventure sports. Auckland has many wonderful attractions too.
Getting In & Around
20 km South, Bus: Skybus $18 (one way), $34 (round) Buy now. Shuttle: Super Shuttle – $25~$35 for single, +$8~10(approximately) for every additional person. Book now. Skip Bus: $10 (on 2:20 pm everyday, Pre Booking required)here. Intercity Bus: $10~ $25 (four times a day)here. Taxi: $38 ~$75.
Tickets: City Link Bus $1.0, $0.5**, General Tickets* $3.5 ~ $10.50, $1.95 ~ $7.6**, Day Pass (first scan to midnight) $18, Ferry $6.5 ~ $24,
Auckland buses operated on City Link, Inner Link , Outer Link and TāmakiLink colored bus routes. AT HOP cards are faster and cheaper way to use public transport in Auckland. Initial buying amount is $10 and minimum recharge amount is $5.
*Single ticket fare depends on number of zones covered.
** Use of AT HOP card for discounted fare
See & Do
tower | opening hours: nov-apr 8.30 am to 10.30 pm (sun-thu), 8.30 am to 11.30 pm (fri-sat), may-oct 9 am to 10 pm daily, tickets: Adults: $32, Students and seniors(+65): $23, Child(6-14): $13, Free for children under 5, Visit website, phone: +64 9 363 6000, email: [email protected], address: Corner Victoria and Federal Streets, Auckland, 1010
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki:
gallery | tickets: Adults:$20, Child:Free
Auckland Botanic Gardens:
Auckland Domain (Pukekawa):
park | tickets: Adults:$13,50, Child:$10
New Zealand Maritime Museum:
museum | tickets: Adults:$20, Child:$10
SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton’s Auckland:
aquarium | tickets: Adults:$39, Child:$27
Cathedral of St Patrick & St Joseph: