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  1. Auckland/Central

    Central Auckland is the central business district and central suburbs of Auckland, located on the Auckland isthmus between the Waitemata and Manukau harbours. With its range of accommodation, attractions, restaurants, bars and transport links, it’s the part of Auckland, New Zealand's biggest city, where most visitors base themselves and spend the most time.



  2. Auckland

    Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand, and the main arrival point for visitors to the country. It is a vibrant multicultural city, set around two big natural harbours, and ranked as one of the most liveable cities in the world.

  3. Devonport (New Zealand)

    Devonport is a seaside suburb on the North Shore of Auckland in New Zealand, directly across the harbour from central Auckland. This article also covers Bayswater.


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  4. Takapuna

    Takapuna is a beachside suburb on the North Shore of Auckland in New Zealand. It is the business, shopping and entertainment centre of North Shore.

  5. Auckland Airport

    Auckland Airport () is New Zealand's largest and busiest airport, with over 70% of international visitors to the nation landing or taking off there. Located in the country's largest city, Auckland, it is also a significant hub for air travel around Oceania.



  6. Browns Bay

    Browns Bay is a beachside suburb on the North Shore of Auckland in New Zealand.

  7. Torbay

    Torbay is a seaside suburb on the North Shore of Auckland in New Zealand. It has few attractions of its own, but is close to the beaches of Long Bay and Browns Bay, as well as sporting its own Waiake Beach.

  8. Auckland/South Auckland

    South Auckland is a district of Auckland situated south and east of Central Auckland. For this travel guide, it includes Manukau, Howick and Papakura.

  9. Long Bay

    Long Bay is a beachside suburb on the North Shore of Auckland in New Zealand, whose Long Bay Regional Park is a popular recreational attraction.



  10. Piha

    Piha is a beachside settlement of about 600 people on the west coast of the Auckland Region of New Zealand, near West Auckland. It is a popular summertime retreat for Aucklanders and others from further afield.

  11. Waiheke Island

    Waiheke Island is in the Hauraki Gulf near Auckland, just off the North Island of New Zealand. It is 35 minutes by ferry from Auckland and is a popular destination for day trips and longer visits.

  12. Muriwai

    Muriwai is a beach and village on the west coast of the Auckland Region of New Zealand, popular with people from Auckland, 42 km away. The beach runs northwards for 50 km to the mouth of the Kaipara Harbour; the northern part is known as Te Oneone Rangatira Beach.

  13. Helensville

    Helensville is a town in the Auckland Region of New Zealand, 40 km from Auckland city. It sits on the tidal Kaipara River, at the southern end of the very large Kaipara Harbour.

  14. Leigh

    Leigh is a small town in the Auckland Region, north of metropolitan Auckland, in the North Island of New Zealand. The nearest sizable town is Warkworth.

  15. Wellsford

    Wellsford is a town of about 1,900 residents in the north of the Auckland Region of New Zealand, 114 kilometres north of Auckland and near the Kaipara Harbour.



  16. Coromandel

    Coromandel is a small town on the western side of Coromandel Peninsula, within the Hauraki Gulf, in the North Island of New Zealand.

  17. Coromandel Peninsula

    The Coromandel Peninsula on the north-east coast of the North Island of New Zealand has a small permanent population, but is a popular holiday destination year-round, and especially in summer. There are fabulous golden and white sand beaches with magnificent coastal scenery and a rugged, forest-clothed interior to be hiked.

  18. Thames

    Thames is an old gold mining town on the west coast of the Coromandel Peninsula on the North Island of New Zealand. Thames has a rich history and is the great place to start any visit to the Coromandel Pensinsula.

  19. Waikato

    The Waikato is a region of the North Island of New Zealand that lies to the south of Auckland and is named for the Waikato River that traverses its length. The Waikato River has several hydroelectric dams and the manmade lakes behind them are used for a range of water sports.

  20. Whitianga

    Whitianga is a seaside town in the middle of Mercury Bay on the east side of the Coromandel Peninsula in northern New Zealand. It has a deep water harbour from which cruising boats depart for trips around the scenic Mercury Bay coves and cliffs to Te Whanganui-A-Hei Marine Reserve and its abundant sea-life.

  21. Raglan (New Zealand)
  22. Kuaotunu

    Kuaotunu is a small coastal township on the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula in the North Island of New Zealand. It is a popular destination for summer holidays for tourists on the Coromandel tourist circuit.

  23. Hahei

    Hahei is a seaside town in Mercury Bay on the east side of the Coromandel Peninsula in northern New Zealand. Cruising boats depart for trips to Te Whanganui-A-Hei Marine Reserve and its abundant sea-life.

  24. Hamilton (New Zealand)

    Hamilton (Kirikiriroa in Māori) is an inland city in the Waikato region of New Zealand's North Island. The Waikato River, New Zealand's longest river, flows through the middle of the city.

  25. Tairua

    Tairua is a small coastal town situated on the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula in the North Island of New Zealand. It is a popular destination for summer holidays and a coffee stop for tourists on the Coromandel tourist circuit.

  26. Pirongia

    Pirongia is a little village about 30 minutes drive south of Hamilton, in southern Waikato, in the North Island of New Zealand. It is located at the base of Mount Pirongia.

  27. Cambridge (New Zealand)

    Cambridge is a tree-lined town with a very English feel, known as the Town of Trees. It is in the Waikato region of New Zealand, 24 km from the city of Hamilton, and the great Waikato River flows through it.

  28. Whangarei

    Whangarei is the main city of Northland, in the North Island of New Zealand, with a population of 50,000. It has a warm semi-tropical climate, with summer daytime temperatures around 24-26°C, regular rainy days year round and mild winters that rarely have frosts and are mild enough for the region to be described as the winterless north.

  29. Waihi Beach

    Waihi Beach is a small town in the western Bay of Plenty in New Zealand, north of Tauranga Harbour and near the base of Coromandel Peninsula.

  30. Dargaville

    Dargaville is in the Kaipara District of the Lower Northland area of New Zealand.

  31. Diving the Poor Knights Islands

    This article is intended to provide the already qualified Scuba diver with information which will help to plan dives in the waters of the Poor Knights Islands, whether as a local resident or a visitor. Information is provided without prejudice, and is not guaranteed accurate or complete.

  32. Matamata
  33. Diving Mayor Island

    This article is intended to provide the already qualified Scuba diver with information which will help to plan dives in the waters of Mayor Island, off the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, Bay of Plenty, North Island of New Zealand, whether as a local resident or a visitor. Information is provided without prejudice, and is not guaranteed accurate or complete.

  34. Tauranga

    Tauranga (population 120,000) is the major city of the western Bay of Plenty on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand. It is the sixth largest city in the country, and is 105 km east of Hamilton and 85 km north of Rotorua.