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Things to do in North Shore

Gift & Specialty Shop
Devonport Chocolates , Devonport
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Park
4.7
Head up to Mount Victoria Reserve for panoramic views of the Auckland skyline across Waitemata Harbour. Aside from the scenery, the park feat
Tours from $57
Beach
Browns Bay Beach , Browns Bay
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Duration: 210 to 240 minutes
Enjoyable, informative and a great day out... Explore Auckland in small groups for a more personalised experience.An exceptional value, we offer a very comprehensive tour covering all the best sights, with plenty of stops for photos. • Discover our sparkling harbour, stunning beaches, historic buildings, leafy parks, Victorian suburbs, and bustling shopping areas. • Enjoy fantastic views from the top of our volcanoes. • Travel over the Harbour Bridge for great views of our city. • Learn about Auckland, the geography, history, and our way of life.  • Comfortable air-conditioned Mini-Bus takes you to a greater variety of sights.  • Choice of Morning or Afternoon Tour. 3.5 hours - 4 hours.  • Hotel pick-up from Central City Hotels, or from our convenient downtown departure point.  
Book on Viator from $44
Military Museum
4.6
Explore New Zealand's naval history since the Flagstaff war of 1845 at Torpedo Bay Navy Museum, the official museum of New Zealand's navy. Ha
Room Escape Game
Room Escape Games , Takapuna
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North Shore

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Parks · Military Museums · Flea Markets
North Shore is the part of the urban area of Auckland, New Zealand, located to the north of the Waitemata Harbour.North Shore CityNorth Shore was formerly North Shore City, a distinct territorial authority district, which was governed by the North Shore City Council from 1989 until 2010, when it was incorporated into Auckland Council. The city had an estimated population of 229,000 at 30 June 2010, making it the fourth most populous city in New Zealand prior to the November 2010 reorganisation. The former city was also the country's fourth largest city in land, with an area of 129.81 square kilometres and a coastline of 141 kilometres. It was also the most densely populated city in the country because, unlike other New Zealand cities, most of the city's area was urban or suburban in character.GeographyThe North Shore comprises a large suburban area to the north of downtown Auckland; linked to the rest of the greater Auckland metropolitan area by two harbour bridges – the Auckland Harbour Bridge crosses the inner Waitemata Harbour to Auckland City, while the Upper Harbour Bridge provides a connection to Auckland's western suburbs, Waitakere, across the northern stretches of the harbour.The North Shore has been administered by various councils over the years, in the most recent past the North Shore City Council. On 1 November 2010, North Shore City Council and the six other local councils and Auckland Regional Council merged to create Auckland Council. Find what you're looking for from your North Shore holiday, by planning the whole thing with us using our handy New Zealand trip itinerary website.

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