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  • Aotea Track, Great Barrier Island The Aotea Track is on Great Barrier Island, which lies 100 kilometres north-east of central Auckland.
  • Bethels beach Te Henga (Bethells Beach) is a coastal community to the west of Waitakere in the Auckland Region of the North Island.
  • Auckland markets Discover the laid-back Auckland way of life when you visit one of the city’s bustling markets.
  • Duder Regional Park Duder Regional Park is a 400 acre park situated on the coast to the east of Auckland city.
  • Waiheke Island Waiheke Island lies 17km from Auckland, off the coast of the north island.
  • Auckland's Viaduct Harbour Viaduct Harbour, formerly known as Viaduct Basin, is a former commercial harbour on the Auckland waterfront that has been turned into a development of mostly upscale apartments, offices and restaurants.
  • Matakana Farmers Market Matakana is a village between Auckland and Whangarei to the north with a vibrant Saturday market.
  • Matakana Farmers Market Organic Saturday market between Auckland and Whangarei with live music, plus locally sourced vegetables, fruits & baked goods.
  • Pakiri beach Located on the east coast, north of the city, Pakiri Beach is picturesque and undeveloped and very popular with swimmers, surfers and fishermen.
  • Destination Auckland In the build-up to Rugby World Cup 2021, see everything that Auckland and the surrounding area has to offer.
  • The lighthouse and Manukau Heads at Awhitu Peninsula The historical Manukau Heads Lighthouse juts out from the tip of the Awhitu peninsula and is one of only a few in New Zealand that are open to the public.
  • Downtown Auckland Auckland is New Zealand’s most populous city and is a multi-cultural hub of food, music, arts and culture.
  • Auckland's Clevedon Market Clevedon Village Farmers' Market is one of many country markets in and around Auckland and can be found south of Auckland at Clevedon Showgrounds on Sundays.

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