Auckland Harbour Bridge is one of the most representative scenery in Auckland. The bridge connects the north and south sides of Waitimata Harbour, Auckland's busiest port, with a total length of 1020 meters. Experience the Auckland Harbour Bridge not only for climbing, but also for bungee jumping. Looking at the Harbour Bridge and the Sky Tower on the right on Mount Eden is a beautiful picture.
Oakland Harbour Bridge is usually very busy, and vehicles are free of charge on the bridge. Every time we drive to the bridge, we encounter traffic jams, especially at 6:00 a.m., 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., which are the few and most congested places in New Zealand. The traffic lights at the exit of the bridge are very interesting. They turn red in one second and green in one second. Only one car and one car can pass through each time to alleviate traffic pressure. There is a famous restaurant named Billfish Caf 233 in Saint Marys Bay under the harbour bridge. It's very good to enjoy the harbour bridge, various yachts and beautiful sea while enjoying the delicious meals.
It took about an hour to walk all the way from the city centre to the harbour bridge along the wharf. The seascape on the first floor was beautiful, I can't say. Many sailing boats are parked at the seaside, which is the capital of thousands of sails. Looking at the harbour bridge from the coast, it is particularly spectacular.
The first stop is in front of a huge old gear landscape on the seashore, where you can see a panoramic view of the Auckland Harbour Bridge. The bridge used to be the landmark of Auckland, connecting the north and south sides of the Port of Waitimata in Auckland. The bridge was built in 1959 with a total length of 1020 metres. Later, due to the rapid growth of economy and population, the design overload of the bridge was unable to meet the demand. In 1969, Japanese experts were hired to design the bridge to widen both sides, increasing the overload of the bridge from the original four-way to six-way, which doubled the overload of the bridge. According to the guide, the added lanes are changeable, that is, according to the different directions of traffic flow in the morning and afternoon, the lanes can be adjusted to meet the traffic demand. Even so, it is said that the traffic jam is still serious, so our trip is just to arrange a long view.
The construction of the bridge is trendy. Thousands of sailboats are sailing in the sea. It's a beautiful view. It's a good place to live in Oakland and the temperature is a good home for human beings. Longevity Island. Good place. Come back next time. When will it be?
This is a bridge connecting northern Auckland. It is about a kilometer long. It was built in 1959. The bridge with bridges has led to the rapid development of northern Auckland. Only four bridges have become inadequate. Ten years later, it has been widened on both sides of the bridge and become eight bridges, which are clamped like clips. Because the bridge is built by Japanese companies, people jokingly call it a Japanese bridge.
The Auckland Harbour Bridge is 1020 meters long. It was built in 1959. It is 43 meters high from the sea. The Harbour Bridge was a landmark building in Auckland. It can not only climb, but also play bungee jumping. It was also a great project at that time.
The Auckland Harbour Bridge, 1020 meters long, connects the north and south sides of Waitamata Harbour, Auckland's busiest port. The bridge and the sail silhouette set off each other, which is a unique scenic line.
Climbing the Auckland Harbour Bridge, at the foot of New Zealand's busy Waitimata Harbour, where two-thirds of the Aucklanders own sailboats. Standing on the Harbour Bridge can give you a panoramic view of Auckland. I feel more amazing than Mount Eden. The sea breeze blows on the top of the mountain. I watch the boats coming and going on the sea. Everything goes with the wind.
The Auckland Harbour Bridge, like the Sydney Harbour Bridge, is a landmark of the city, and it can also climb up to see the sea. By contrast, the Harbour Bridge in Auckland has a dense view, because the harbour is full of yachts, which is the capital of thousands of sails.