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Sprawling grassy fields with a view up to the Auckland War Memorial Museum , this space is often used for public events, sports and casual social gatherings.
The largest museum in New Zealand. You can get there on foot, it will take around 30 minutes. However, you can also enjoy the way there.
The biggest and oldest park in Auckland City - Auckland Domain, which is also where to find Auckland Museum.
Lovely parkland, botanical and New Zealand cultural destination, entry to War Memorial Museum by donation.
The Auckland Domain is Auckland's oldest park, and at 75 hectares one of the largest in the city. Located in the central suburb of Grafton, the park contains all of the explosion crater and most of the surrounding tuff ring of the Pukekawa volcano.
Einzigartige Aktivitäten in der Umgebung
Unterkünfte in der Nähe
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“Auckland's Art Gallery is located in the city, a bus (25 mins) or uber (10 mins) away. Features permanent and rotating collections.”
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“Because it will show some Maori and pacific Isalnd Culture History of the early settlers in NZ”
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“Immediately to the west of Auckland’s Viaduct is Wynyard Quarter, a 36 hectare area undergoing an exciting 25-year urban transformation. There’s lots to see and plenty to do –take in the view from the gantry in Silo Park, shoot some hoops at the Playspace, dip your toes in the water at Karanga Plaza, admire the Wind Tree sculpture and marvel at the super yachts, watch fish being unloaded, then enjoy the freshest seafood or a cup of coffee at the water’s edge at one of the cafes or restaurants along North Wharf. There is a regular programme of events and activities going on in the Wynyard Quarter, from the summer programme of movies and cinema in Silo Park to free kids Workshops on the Wharf. ”
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“The entire length of Ponsonby Road, caters for everyone and everything. Check out Ponsonby Central, there is a wonderful organic market /shop plus several cafe's and restaurants. Some favourites are Blue Breeze Inn, Saan, Azabu, and Award winning Sidart's. Plus great Brunch spots - Orphans Kitchen, Dizendorf and many more. Just ask for help.”
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