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Auckland - Part 3

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The Auckland metropolitan area in the North Island of New Zealand, is the largest and most populous urban area in the country. It has 1,397,300 residents, which is 32 percent of the country's population. In this tour through the beautiful Auckland we visi

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Directions to Viaduct Basin

Viaduct Basin (often Viaduct Harbour) is a former commercial harbour on the Auckland waterfront, now turned...

Ferry Building

The Auckland Ferry Terminal, sometimes called the Downtown Ferry Terminal, is the hub of the Auckland ferry...

Former Chief Post Office

The Former Chief Post Office Building was built in 1910 by John Campbell. Opened by Prime Minister William ...

Te Ahi Kaa (Queen Elizabeth Square)

This beautiful and impressive sculpture represent the people of the land, guardianship of land and waterwa...

The old Auckland Customhouse

The former Auckland Customhouse was built in 1888 by Thomas Mahoney. This building displays the mansard roo...

Queens Arcade

Queens Arcade is comprised of 3 separate buildings. ***in this photo : the old queen street and the Queens...

Jean Batten Place

Photo of Jean Batten's Percival Gull, G-ADPR, preserved at Auckland International Airport - by: Lee Kindness.

De Brett's Hotel

The original wooden hotel was destroyed by a fire in 1858 and was built again in brick, only to once again ...

Intersection Shortland and Queen Sts

***photo of Queen st by: Abaconda Management Group.

Fort Street

***photo by: ChewyPineapple.

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