Auckland operates as the main airport hub in and out of New Zealand.  Some people choose to fly straight through before continuing their journey elsewhere in the country – but those in the know ensure they include time in this exciting city.

Regional Auckland is incredibly diverse.  Ask any local and you’ll soon appreciate just how much there is to do in the City of Sails.

The region is home to the largest, most populated city in New Zealand.  Offering up world-class activities, dining and cultural experiences, the Auckland CBD makes for the perfect urban getaway.

Step out of the city and you’ll be rewarded with fantastic volcanic walks, picture-perfect islands to visit and the incredible cafes that we are so well-known for.

From recognisable inner-city landmarks (including the Auckland Harbour Bridge and Sky Tower) to stunning beaches right across the region, Auckland offers so much more than you might expect.

So, whether you’re keen to soak up the energy of New Zealand’s biggest city or explore the countless gems tucked away in regional Auckland, the City of Sails is ready and waiting for you.

As an added bonus, there are also a great deal of fantastic day trips available from Auckland (to Hobbition and the Coromandel, for example).  These give travellers a great deal of flexibility, even if they’re short on time.

Nau mai, haere mai ki Tāmaki Makaurau.