Auckland Attractions Map

Map of Auckland Attractions

The Auckland Explorer Bus Tours. Top 14 Sights Search for places of interest in Auckland and then take a guided walking trip through the 14 main sights of Auckland. At only $45 per person, you can get on and off with the same passport all days and discover the town, especially when you are in Auckland for the first time.

From Auckland Hop on, Hop off Explorer - Bus stops: Busses leave from either the Skycity Building or the City Downtown Ferry Building. The Parnell Rose Park Gardens - Visit us between October and April to see the most beautiful flowers! Skycity and Skycenter - See the town from a viewpoint 192m above road surface, go around the top or if you dare, skip!

Busses leave every 15 min from Sky City or City Ferry Building. Auckland Hop On Hop Off Explorer Coach Tours are perfect for those who want to take a few hour's time to see some of Auckland's attractions or the whole outing. The Explorer Coach is the best way to see everything Auckland has to show you!

The Explorer Bus is the best way to see everything Auckland has to show you!

Attractions and Attractions in Auckland

The Best West Ellerslie International is situated near the center of Auckland Town. A few driving mins away from the most important sights of the town. If you want to find out where you would like to come and see us, or simply ask one of our kind colleagues, we will be pleased to show you what this great town has to boast of.

Highhwic | Auckland | Sights | Places

This expansive Gothic manor house is a must for those who love the past, present, architecture and garden. It is the heritage of the early Colonist Alfred Buckland. Buckland, a business man, agriculturist and a father of 21 offspring, made a sustained and sustained commitment to the province of Auckland in the nineteenth and eighteenth centuries. Highwic was erected in 1862 as Buckland's home on a hill overlooking the growing Newmarket, today Auckland's most important mall.

Among the many rooms of the castle are a cooker cuisine - still the centrepiece of the building today - as well as the ball room and the boys' home, which are very much appreciated by today's people. Stable and a billiards room belong to the various annexes, surrounded by spacious vicerian theme areas, high hedgerows, old solitary tables, a fernshop, grass court for grass court playing on grass court and a' hearts walk' on meanders.

Highwic's self-guided walk takes you on a fascinating journey back in history to Buckland's busy home times and into the fast moving countryside of New Zealand's Colonies. A short briefing by your Highwic host will allow you to take a leisurely walk around the grounds.

Kids will enjoy the exploration trip "house hunting" and the quaint garden. Attempt to plan your visits for the frequent coal-fired festivities and see the event page for other important festivities throughout the year. Highhwic is available as an impressive event location for personal and professional use.

Highhwic is the first stop on the Waikato War of the New Zealand Rural War, during which the locations of this event (1863-64) are visited. The Buckland & Sons benefited from the war by providing the Emperor's forces with horse and other relief goods. Go back in epoch to New Zealand with one of his original'Grand Designs'.

Adult: $10 Companions: children: Accompanying children: $3.50 on site.

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