Auckland Zoo is A not-for-profit and wildlife conservation organisation dedicated to building a future for wildlife. Since opening on 17 December 1922, Auckland Zoo has evolved to become an active conservation organisation and has welcomed over 28 million visitors.
Auckland Zoo is a 16.35-hectare zoological garden in Auckland, situated next to Western Springs park not far from Auckland’s central business district. Official site: www.aucklandzoo.co.nz
Fantastic day out with the family. Young and old enjoy the Auckland Zoo. If you want to see a Kiwi while in New Zealand this is the place to go.
“MOTAT Museum is devoted to the history of technology and transport in NZ. Its exhibits include those relating to NZ aviation pioneer Richard Pearse, 90 Degrees South exhibition dedicated to Sir Edmund Hillary, old coaches, railroad rolling stock, trams and vintage cars, and a vast collection of black and white photography. Official site: www.motat.org.nz”
“The only aquarium in Auckland. Takes you see the wonders of the southem ocean. There are super cute penguins, will interact with people to say hello, very interesting! 奥克兰唯一的一个水族馆，有一条海底隧道，共设30个展览，超过80种物种和13个分区，带你全方位感受南大洋的神奇。有超级可爱的小企鹅，还会跟人们互动打招呼，非常有趣。”
“The museum sits on the highest point of Auckland Domain in a vast Neoclassical building dating from 1929. Check out an impressive collection of artifacts that traces the history of New Zealand from its first Polynesian settlers to the present day and highlights the country’s natural heritage including a Maori hall showing a wealth of Maori artistry. Then enjoy a leisurely walk in surrounding botanical gardens, get a coffee or feed the ducks. Official site: www.aucklandmuseum.com”
“Auckland's Art Gallery is located in the city, a bus (25 mins) or uber (10 mins) away. Features permanent and rotating collections.”
“Located smack dab in the middle of Auckland’s Central Business District is New Zealand’s tallest building. Standing 328m high, the Sky Tower is an icon of Auckland’s sky line and is the adrenaline hub of the city.”