50 Things To Do In Auckland: Most Popular Auckland Attractions With Fantastic Scenery

Auckland that has nickname City of Sails (also known as SuperCity (sometimes ironically), Queen City (archaic)), saves so many beautiful attractions. Tourists can do some fun activities such as, kayaking, surfing, exploring spectacular scenery and many more things to do. The scenic image of the multi-cultural Auckland is dominated by the approximately 50 inactive volcanoes, stretches over whose backs the city. You owe the city’s large parks , ranging from the city center . The location of protected bays also contributes significantly to the image of Auckland in , not least because of the numerous sailboats, which earned the city the nickname City of Sails .

The most populart ourist attractions and landmarks in the Auckland metropolitan area such as, Auckland Civic Theatre, Harbour Bridge, Auckland Town Hall, Auckland War Memorial Museum, Aotea Square, Patrick’s Cathedral, Britomart Transport Centre and many other places. There are also some beautiful natural scenery include Panmure Basin, Rakino Island, Pakatoa Island and so on.

Best time to visit Auckland

Auckland has a temperate climate, with warm, humid summers and mild, damp winters. Under Köppen’s climate classification, the city has an oceanic climate (Cfb). It is the warmest main centre of New Zealand and is also one of the sunniest, with an average of 2060 sunshine hours per annum. The average daily maximum temperature is 23.7 °C (74.7 °F) in February and 14.5 °C (58.1 °F) in July. The absolute maximum recorded temperature is 34.4 °C (93.9 °F), while the absolute minimum is −0.6 °C (30.9 °F). High levels of rainfall occur almost year-round with an average of 1240 mm per year spread over 137 ‘rain days’. Snowfall in Auckland is extremely rare; recorded instances include 27 July 1939 and 15 August 2011, although without any accumulation.

Based on USnews travel, best times to visit Auckland are April and October. These sweet shoulder months offer pleasant temperatures and thin tourist crowds. During peak season (November through March), you’ll contend with swells of visitors and high room rates, but you’ll also luxuriate in the sunshine. Between May and September, both temperatures and tourism drops off. Before you pick your travel dates, you should note that the seasons are reversed here: Winter in New Zealand coincides with summer in the U.S., and vice versa. You can see all events schedule at image below (click to enlarge).

Here are the list of fun things to do in Auckland:

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