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Step into the world of Middle-earth, the Shire, and Hobbiton as you head to the movie set where acclaimed director Peter Jackson brought J.R.R. Tolkien's bel...
The Sky Tower has stood tall at 328 meters as an icon of Auckland's sky line for 20 years. It's an exciting hub of adrenaline activities, superb dining and b...
GUARANTEED DEPARTURE - WE DO NOT CANCEL FOR LOW NUMBERS We start our day travelling from Auckland to Hobbiton through Waikato, where you will take in the gor...
A world of wonder awaits at Hobbiton Movie Set. Nestled within the farmland of the Waikato region this authentic recreation of the Shire immerses you in all ...
Join this tour to visit two of New Zealand’s most famous attractions, Hobbiton Movie Set and Waitomo Glowworm Caves, in one easy day trip from Auckland. Be f...
Couples floating allows you to de-stress together and build a closer bond. Re-connect with your partner and see your relationship flourish from the profound ...
Discover the beauty and magic of Tiritiri Matangi Island on this day trip from Auckland. Explore the island by foot on numerous walking tracks, see native bi...
Travel from central Auckland to its close-by natural beauty, the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park. Experience everything from lush rainforests to beaches with ...
Nestled between 2 harbors and built atop no fewer than 53 volcanic cones, culturally vibrant Auckland is framed by an azure coastline and dotted with urban g...
Immerse yourself in the beauty of Waiheke Island on this eco-adventure. Enjoy dual ziplining over vineyards and native forest, all while taking in magnificen...
Day or night, this modern marina precinct is a great spot to dine along the waterfront, attend yachting events and learn about the region’s maritime heritage.
Learn about local tales of discovery and voyages into the unknown at this museum dedicated to New Zealand’s rich maritime history.
The heart of Auckland is this expansive paved area. Attend a local market, open-air concert or community event on its grassy terraces.
Not just a landmark structure in the Waitemata Harbour, this box truss bridge also provides a thrilling experience for climbers and bungee-jumpers.
Hike up this grassy volcano to see 360-degree views of Waitemata Harbour and the Hauraki Gulf, as well as intriguing historical sites and cultural centres.
An exciting and varied programme is on offer at Auckland’s premier venue that has two theatres, several function rooms and foyers decorated with local artwork.
The modern facilities of Auckland’s major rail and bus hub extend elegantly from the picturesque architecture of a former Edwardian post office.
White sands lead down to calm and inviting waters flanked by native bush on this quiet island beach.
Take a walking trail that visits a volcano crater, a 19th-century prison and the historic buildings of this quaint village.
Get drenched on a log flume, dry out on an 18-story drop ride and test your limits on a corkscrew roller coaster at this theme park.
Enjoy fine dining in a rotating restaurant, dive off the tower on a cable-controlled jump or simply enjoy the views from New Zealand’s tallest tower.
Encounter rare and endangered species from New Zealand and across the globe, including the pygmy marmoset and the huge white rhino.
Clear waters, rolling surf and black sand shores are surrounded by emerald cliffs and sub-tropical rain forest at this remote beach.
A train rattles over timber bridges and through glowworm-filled tunnels, while black sand beaches, waterfalls and rain forest provide striking views for hikers.
As well as military artifacts, this museum offers insight into New Zealand’s natural history, Maori culture, and craftwork, such as jewelry and weaving.
This park was once an active volcano, and today it features exotic trees, sculptural artworks and a museum.
This charming Gothic-Revival church echoes the architecture of great medieval stone cathedrals, beautifully interpreted in local New Zealand kauri timber.
Spend some time in quiet contemplation, appreciating the way light pours in through the massive stained-glass façade of this spacious and modern cathedral.
Combining historic architecture with modern facilities, Auckland’s harbourside transport terminal is the place to embark on an adventure or simply sit with a coffee and watch the world go by.
This small island is famous for gourmet eateries, vineyards and relaxing beaches.
Explore Auckland’s inner-city hub to find historic architecture alongside contemporary designs, the revitalised Auckland Waterfront and a busy shopping precinct.
Parnell is popular for its abundant dining options, and if you're looking for more to see and do, you might think about a trip to Auckland War Memorial Museum or Auckland Domain.
Unique features of Mount Eden include the bars and shopping. Make a stop by Eden Park or Mt. Eden while you're exploring the area.
Restaurants, spas, and shopping are some highlights of Grey Lynn. Make a stop by Ponsonby Road or Artstation while you're exploring.
You'll enjoy the restaurants and monuments in Mount Albert. You might want to make time for a stop at Westfield St. Luke's Shopping Centre or St Mary's Cathedral.
Newton is known for its abundant dining options, and you can plan a trip to Queen Street Shopping District and Karangahape Road while you're in town.
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