Oaks Residences Auckland
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Wednesday 19th March 2014
Up early this morning to drive to Auckland for the last part of our trip to NZ. We returned our lime green goddess to Apex and walked to our accommodation. As we were early our apartment wasn't ready but we were able to leave our bags. We are only a few minutes walk from the quayside so walked down there and had a …
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Day 6: Up early for a full day of sightseeing around Auckland on a hop on hop off bus. The bus started in the city centre and took us around the harbour which led us to Bastion Point. It turned out to be a nice day so we enjoyed some spectacular views of Hauraki Gulf and Waitemata Harbour. At the Bastion Point Lookout, it featured the Michael Joesph Savage (Prime Minister of Auckland in 1930) Memorial Gardens which we took ...
... a rainy one was the prefect time for Mark to drive us through the country side to Waihi Falls. After forty kilometers through windy sheep speckled countryside we made it to the falls. It was one of the better ones we have seen here in NZ. Twenty five meters high and close to twice that wide it was a bit murky but flowing nicely after the previous rain. Would make a primo swimming hole in the summer. On the way back we stopped at another reserve for a hike. Mark ...
The kids were out again early today and we did the school drop off with Fiona. With the Leuschke kids at school and nursery, Fiona took us on a tour around Auckland. We can confirm there has been a lot of change since our last visit in 2005.
It was a lovely sunny day today (no rain forecast...hooray) so we had to make the most of it! We drove into the city for a walk around downtown. It appears Auckland has a much more advanced public transport system than it ...
... gorgeous parking spots. We visited the gorgeous town of Matakana and had a picnic at Goat Island marine reserve. We also stopped for a night Whangarei, the Northlands only City. We went to Whangarei falls and Ben went to the Abbey Caves.
We really considered doing a diving trip to Poor Knights Island but the weather wasn't great and it was really expensive so we opted for a sailing trip on the Bay of Islands instead.