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Auckland, in the North Island of New Zealand, is the largest and most populated area in the country. Auckland has an amazing landscape, you can for instance find the Auckland volcanic field which is the only city in the world built on a volcanic field that is still active.
Things to do in Auckland
Once you step off your flights Auckland is about 15 miles away, nurtured
out of 50 volcanoes and boasting the largest Polynesian population of any
city in the world. The multi-cultural feel of the city holds it all
together, making it the most diverse in the country.
The Sky Tower is unmissable, wherever you are in the city or on the water.
Scary extreme sports fanatics cascade down its side occasionally, doing the
Sky Jump or Sky Walk where you stroll round the outside of the tower 192m
up, without barriers!
Revelling in the two harbours of the Tasman Sea and the South Pacific is a
must, especially as Auckland is known as the City of Sails. If you cannot
afford to hire a yacht, jump on a ferry or cruise to see the sights such as
Rangitoto, the youngest and most recently active volcano in the area.
The average temperature is around 23 degrees in the summer, and roughly 12 degrees in winter months.
The currency used in Auckland is the New Zealand Dollar (NZD). One Australian Dollar is roughly 1 New Zealand Dollar.
- Time difference:
Australia is 2 hours behind in time on Auckland
The languages spoken in Auckland are English and Maori.
The main airport that you will find in Auckland is the Auckland Airport. It is the largest and busiest airport in New Zealand, it serves both international and domestic flights. It has a capacity of roughly 45 flights per hour.
The airlines that you can find in this airport are among others: Virgin Australia, Jetstar Airways and Air new Zealand.
The airport consists of two terminals, the international terminal and the domestic terminal. The two terminals are located about 500 meters apart and are connected by a free bus service.