Auckland City Sights Morning Tour

Discover first-hand why Auckland is regarded as one of the best places in the world to live, with a half-day tour of its scenic highlights.

Discover Auckland on a day tour

 

Auckland City Sights Morning Tour

 

Tour Type:

Activity

From:

Auckland to Auckland

Departs:

Daily

Duration:

Allow 3 hours

Tour Code:

DAKL18

 

Regions Visited

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Auckland

 

Tour Inclusions

  • Harbour Bridge
  • Viaduct Harbour
  • Auckland Domain
  • City & waterfront views

Pricing

Season

Adult

Child

 

1 October 2019 - 30 September 2020

$75 NZD $37 NZD Enquire

Prices are per person and in New Zealand Dollars.

Departure: Tour departs at 9.45am.

Children: Child age is 2 - 11 years.

Travel through the city centre, including Auckland's famous Queen Street, Karangahape Road with its chequered past and eclectic vibe and fashionable Ponsonby. Cross over the Auckland Harbour Bridge, enjoying views of the Hauraki Gulf and city skyline, and visit the Viaduct Harbour and the revitalised Silo Park waterfront precinct. See historic buildings around the University of Auckland before continuing over Grafton Bridge to the Auckland Domain.

The Domain is the city's oldest park and, at 75 hectares, one of its largest. Developed around an extinct volcano, it features tropical gardens, duck ponds and public art, and is also home to the Auckland War Memorial Museum.

After visiting the Domain, the tour continues through the boutique shopping area of Parnell Village, where you will make a brief morning tea stop, and along the scenic waterfront route of Tamaki Drive. Just above Mission Bay is one of the scenic highlights of your tour: Michael Joseph Savage Memorial Park. Named after one of New Zealand's most revered Prime Ministers, the park, with its formal gardens and tranquil atmosphere, offers stunning views over the picturesque Eastern Bays, Auckland city and the Waitemata Harbour.

Your Auckland city tour ends with a trip back along the waterfront, finishing in downtown Auckland.