Auckland is a city, in the North Island of New Zealand. Auckland is the only city in the world which has the largest Polynesian population and the most multicultural city in New-Zealand. Auckland lies between the Hauraki Gulf of the Pacific Ocean to the east, the low Hunua Ranges to the south-east, it is one of the few cities in the world to have harbours on two separate major bodies of water. Auckland is full of things to see and do, with big city sophistication and stunning natural beauty goes together to form a beautiful city.
Palces to see in Auckland: Kelly Tarlton's Aquarium, Auckland Art Gallery, One Tree Hill Park (Maungakiekie), Mt Eden (Maungawhau), Howick Historical Village (Museum), MOTAT (Museum), Civic Theatre, Voyager – New Zealand Maritime Museum, Auckland Domain, Auckland Museum, Artspace, Auckland Zoo, Auckland Botanic Gardens, Kinder House, Stevenson Discovery Centres, Waikumete Cemetery, John Leech Gallery, University Clock Tower, Artstation, North Head, Parnell Rose Gardens, Sky Tower, Rainbow’s End, St Patrick’s Cathedral, St Stephen's Chapel, Mt Victoria, Sheepworld, Stardome Observatory, Winter garden, Auckland Fish Market, Holy Trinity Cathedral, Harbour Bridge Bungy & Climb, Alberton, Grafton Gate, Oedipus Rex Gallery, Ewelme Cottage, Victorian merchant houses, Eden Garden, Highwic, Devonport Museum, Navy Museum, Western Springs Stadium, Spookers, Mt Victoria & North Head, Dockline Tram, Motat 2, Museum of Transport & Technology Aircraft Site, Albert Park & Auckland University, Viaduct Harbour, Bastion Point, Western Springs, Auckland Volcanic Field.