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Parken en natuur in Auckland

Mooiste parken

Park
“The largest museum in New Zealand. You can get there on foot, it will take around 30 minutes. However, you can also enjoy the way there.”
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Park
“If you like trees, open parkland, and sweeping views, this is for you. Bring a picnic, and if you feel lively, climb the iconic One Tree Hill in the neighbouring park to wear it off, and enjoy the great, two-harbour view from the top. 30 minutes drive.”
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Park
“Albert Park is one of Auckland’s best parks. Its central location in the heart of the city, together with its long history and distinctive character, have earned it a special place in the hearts of Aucklanders and made it an important destination for visitors. At one corner of the park is the Auckland City Art Gallery and gardens, and on the other side is the original park-keepers cottage which is now a museum of memorabilia. It's the perfect place for a lunchtime stroll and somewhere to eat your lunch on a lovely sunny day.”
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Park
“Awesome bush walks in NZ native forest - check that it is open as it is sometimes closed for pest eradication.”
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Plaza
“walk down Franklin rd , cross Victoria Park and few steps further enjoy leisurely time at Silo park - check programme of events keep walking and you will reach the viaduct, Britomart and the bottom of queen Street ”
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Park
“Western Springs Park Walk is a very easy 1.8k walk that will take you around 30 mins to complete. Highlights of the Western Springs Park Walk are the ducks, eels and the free tram ride around Western Spring Park. It surrounds a natural spring-fed lake, one of Auckland's early water supplies.”
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Park
“Fairly easy climb to the top of our iconic volcano and the views are worth it for the photos you will take!”
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Park
“A cute courtyard with greenhouses filled with weird and wonderful plants. Theres even a native Fern Forrest to explore! Situated in Aucklans largest City Park (The Domain) ”
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Speeltuinen

Playground
“800m to the Victoria Park Bus Terminal CityLink buses go every 8-10 minutes throughout the city centre. Adult $1, Child 50c. InterLink every 10-15 minutes throughout the city centre. OutLink every 12-15 minutes throughout inner city suburbs. Northern Busway Services go over the Harbour Bridge to the North Shore.”
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Playground
“WESTFIELD Mall. LOTS of parking, LOADS of up to date shopping. Walk is about 15-20 minutes away.”
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Playground
“its so convenient, just across the street and up a few meters. Great for walking and jogging. ”
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Playground
“A lovely beach with grassy verge and children's swing (full playground just down the road). This is a beautiful beach with a lovely coastal walk way past exclusive North Shore beach front homes. Awesome views of the harbour, gulf and islands. I even like to walk the beach in the rain. ”
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Playground
“Local park with World War 2 embattlements and stunning views. Also a lovely playground. ”
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Playground
“Convenient, just across the street. Nice walk up to St Kevins Arcade in Karangahape Road or down through Aotea Square.”
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Beach
“Great safe swimming beach within walking distance also Narrow Neck beach which is even closer to our studio”
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Playground
“Park in the city - close to Beach Front and North Harbour Bridge= Good for exercises / morning walk and sports. Night Food Market in Summer( Nov. - Mar.)”
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Stranden

Surf Spot
“A rugged wild west coast experience featuring black sand. It is a surreal place on a wild windy day or a picture perfect summers day. You really need a car to head out there for a fish n chips at sunset.”
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Beach
“Mission Bay beach is about a 6-7 minute drive. Boasts great views of the Rangitoto”
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Beach
“We take the short drive in the car to Point Chev Beach when the tide is in. It's only a few minutes away then, and if the tide is full in the evening it's a bonus because it gets the setting sun. ”
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Beach
“Cafes galore on the beach! Penguino is the place to go for the Summer galato, ”
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Beach
“Only 2 kms away. Amazing white sand, safe waters. A restaurant and small shop, as well as children’s playground and changing rooms with toilets. Free BBQs on site. ”
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Beach
“Lovely long clean white sandy beach. Great or swimming, sunbathing and walking. Three restaurants at this beach including the award winning "372". Easily accessible from our property by bus. ”
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Beach
“Lovely and close to St Heliers, has a lovely beach facing cafe and around the corner pastries, coffee and fresh baguette, yum.”
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Food
“Stunning selection of Resturants and you have the Fish Market offering fresh fish daily”
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Wandelpaden

Scenic Lookout
“10 min drive. Advice on local walking tracks that are open. Good elevated views across the Waitakere dams to the harbour. Information on local flora and fauna. Historical information about the area.”
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Trail
“Driving up in to the Waitakere ranges gives some scenic views all the way back to Auckland. This is a lovely area of rainforest walks, including the Fairy falls. The Aarataki visitor center is worth a visit if you're in the area. The Waitakere dam walk is also well worth doing.”
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Trail
“Mount Hobson was created into a Domain for the betterment of the People of Auckland, New Zealand under the 1882 Domains Act by the local people of Remuera - the Flowers including Periwinkle, Blue Blues, Cinerias, African Iris were all gifted by David Hay and Son who had Montpellier Nursery, Seaview Road, Remuera in the 1880's. See if you can find the Honey Bees hive on Mount Hobson!! Mount Hobson used to have Alderney Cattle grazing on it in 1906. Horses used to stop and drink water from the troughs on the way through Auckland. Sheep also grazed on there as did Peter Linton's family's cows up until some senseless, uneducated people decided they know better about New Zealand's history.”
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Park
“A magnificent walk over rolling hills, on secluded beaches towards the point. Kayak from Magazine bay, camp on the beach. A little piece of paradise”
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Trail
“Mount Hobson is one of Auckland's most well-preserved volcanic cones. Formed some 25,000 years ago, Mt Hobson is 43 m high and the expansive, panoramic view of Auckland from the summit.”
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Bike Trail
“We are not far from this great adventure activity and you can come back, relax and recuperate after the physical activity”
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Trail
“Climb to the Tasman Lookout to have a birds eye view of Piha and as North as the eye can see. ”
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Trail
“Bomb point offers a loop walk, dog park and rifle range which sometimes has entertainment. ”
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