Auckland – New Zealand's largest city – is a sizzling blend of urban sophistication, multi-cultural style and magnificent coastal expanses set between two harbours.

Auckland
Rated as the third most liveable city in the world, Auckland is home to one third of New Zealanders including the world’s largest Polynesian population – a thriving multi-cultural mix infusing colour and diversity into the cuisine, music, art and culture. Perched on a narrow isthmus between two harbours, life in Auckland revolves around the sea and the sub-tropical climate promotes the ease and enjoyment of casual coastal living, outdoor adventure and activity. 
 
The region’s diversity of people and place adds scope to the experience and within half-an-hour of the fashionable boutiques and cafés of downtown Auckland visitors can be sipping wine at an island vineyard, hiking through rainforest or walking along a black sand beach on the rugged west coast.