I took the Auckland city tour that also takes you to do the bridge walk as well as an option to bungee jump if you like to (extra cost).
The Harbour Bridge is an indispensable scenic line of the Auckland Harbour. It links the main island with the surrounding islands. On the bridge, you can see the yachts parked at the Auckland Wharf. It is spectacular and worth visiting.
There are all kinds of bars and restaurants, internationally renowned hotels and high-end apartments. Of course, most of them are yachts parked in the harbor. It's very busy here, and it's also a good place to take photos.
Compared with the Harbour Bridges in Melbourne and Sydney, the Harbour Bridge in Auckland is not so amazing, but it's good to blow the sea breeze and see the yachts and sailboats. Recommendations come.
It connects Auckland downtown with Devonport in the north, but it's a little short of Sydney's Harbour Bridge. It's a landmark in Auckland. It doesn't feel so domineering. Just take a picture.
It's a bridge connecting northern Auckland. It's about a kilometer long. Many sailing boats go to sea. It's also one of the landmarks of Auckland. It's worth visiting. Recommend.
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.