It is easy to reach the suburbs of Auckland by bus from the Central Business District. Pleasantly, it feels very different from Queen Street, which is a place with many windshield houses, cafes and shops. It is located on a high place with beautiful views of Auckland City. We spent a pleasant afternoon walking around the main area and surrounding areas, and felt that this area does have a "high-end market" atmosphere.
Good for the whole family/people of all ages. I like these shops, many of them are full of New Zealand goods and clothes. Those restaurants are great. Had a great cup of coffee at Longshot. Highly recommended (especially the second-hand store Tatty’s!)
The Ponsonby area is really a good place to visit if the time is not so fast in Auckland. Many British Victorian villa-style buildings, coffee shops, art stores and so on.
Ponsonby is a well-known street town in Auckland. It’s a good place to go with friends. It’s worth going for lunch or dinner. You can take the city’s circular bus from the city to Ponsonby. I’ve heard about it on the Internet before. I didn't expect that this group tour would include this. It was a big surprise.
To the west of Auckland’s city centre, it’s not remote. It takes 30 minutes to walk from Princes Wharf to the commercial streets of Ponsonby. There are community bookstores and churches. The sky tower seems to be right in front of you, suitable for those who seek to escape the hustle and bustle.
Preston_Dominguez: Auckland Central, Auckland, New Zealand
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Sky Tower,Queen Street,Auckland Harbour Bridge,Auckland,Auckland Ferry Terminal