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The Lost Spring

The Lost Spring

4/52 Reviews
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Hot Spring
Hahei & Cathedral Cove

Hahei & Cathedral CoveNearby City

4.5/534 Reviews
Seashore
Beach
Open all day (Local time)
Hot Water Beach

Hot Water BeachNearby City

4.3/532 Reviews
Beach
Open all day (Local time)
Waiheke Island

Waiheke IslandNearby City

4.6/5117 Reviews
Boat Tour
Island/Peninsula
Seashore
Outdoor Sports
Water Sports
Famous Residences
Open all day (Local time)
The island of Waiheke is rich in grapes, also known as the island of wine. The island often has wine-selling activities and tastes freshly prized wines. The water of the waterfall on the island makes everyone happy, from the beach to the sea, and then to the bottom of the sea. As long as it is related to the sea, you can have fun and countless. The island is also the place where the poet Gu Cheng lived. Leisure holidays, climbing vines, musk olive groves, eye-catching farmland, soft beaches, here is Waiheke Island.
Waiau Kauri Grove

Waiau Kauri GroveNearby City

4.5/520 Reviews
Forest
Open all day (Local time)
Sky Tower

Sky TowerNearby City

4.5/5644 Reviews
Observation Deck
Extreme Sport
Monday-Wednesday 9:00-22:00; Sunday-Thursday 8:30-22:30(May-October). Friday-Saturday 8:30-23:30 (November-April). Opening hours may be temporarily adjusted depending on weather conditions. (Local time)
Sky Tower is 328 meters high and is the landmark of Auckland. It is integrated with other buildings to form a huge sky city. Sky Tower has three transparent elevators that rise at a speed of 18 kilometers per hour, taking you to the top of the observation deck and revolving restaurant in just 40 seconds, where you can overlook all of Auckland City like an angel. Evenings are recommended so that you can see a beautiful sunset, nightfall, and overlook the Auckland night view. In addition, you can also experience Skywalking. Sky Tower Walk is a 192-meter-high outer ring platform on the Sky Tower, led by a coach for guided high-altitude walks.
Mount Eden

Mount EdenNearby City

4.6/5450 Reviews
Volcano
Observation Deck
Open all day (Local time)
Mount Eden is located about 5 kilometers south of Auckland city centre and 196 meters high. It is one of Auckland's many volcanic cones and is also the highest natural point of Auckland. There is a gazebo on the top of the hill to enjoy the city views of Auckland. Mount Eden had several eruptions. It is formed by accumulations from volcanic eruptions around the crater. Mount Eden looks like an inverted cone-shaped bowl. The bottom of the pit has become a lush green land, which is very special. . When you come to the mountain top, you will see a 50-meter-deep crater. The crater is very sacred. Visitors are forbidden to enter, but they can walk around it. It is also a great place to look out over Auckland.
Mercury Bay

Mercury BayNearby City

4.3/54 Reviews
Beach
Auckland Domain

Auckland DomainNearby City

4.6/5194 Reviews
City Park
April 1st - October 31st: 9:00-16:30 (Monday - Sunday) November 1st - March 31st: 9:00-17:30 (Monday - Saturday); 9 :00-19:30 (Sunday). Auckland Museum opening hours: 10:00-17:00; ANZAC Day opening hours: 6:45, Christmas is closed. Maori cultural performance: 12:00. (Local time)
Located in the heart of Auckland's city centre, Auckland Domain is located on the left side of Queen Street and is known for its huge lawns, amphitheatre, conservatory gardens, fine sculptures and museums. Auckland Domain is very clean, and there are interesting birds and birds living there. In Auckland Domain, you can not only enjoy the performance of the amphitheatre, but also the art of viewing the greenhouse garden and the beautiful sculptures.
Auckland War Memorial Museum

Auckland War Memorial MuseumNearby City

4.6/5235 Reviews
Museum
10:00-17:00, Christmas is closed, ANZAC Day (April 25) is open early to dawn. (Local time)
Checking out towering dinosaur remains, witnessing the goose-bump inducing Maori Haka dance, discovering the inner workings of volcanoes, and visiting an armory complete with everything from Samurai swords to machine guns already sounds like a pretty full day; but that’s only scratching the surface of what New Zealand’s most important museum has on display. Permanent exhibits cover the People of the Pacific, the NZ war memorial, and exhibits on the country’s land and natural history. Temporary exhibits have featured everything from rugby to Egyptian Tombs, to the axe of Sir Edmund Hillary. The museum is located in the Auckland Domain. Admission is a $10 donation, unless you’re an Aucklander or happen to be there on ANZAC Day, in which case, your visit is free!