On my last day in Auckland (Day 3), I wandered around High St and Queen St. Sad to be flying back later in the day!
Auckland at night is a strange city at night full of wondrous visions that I never encounter during the day.
Sunset over the volcanic peak of Mt Wellington, overlooking the suburb of Stonefields built on the site of an old quarry.
Mission Bay is a seaside suburb on Tamaki Drive with a nice fountain and some shops. Nearby is Bastion Point.
Located just to the west of Viaduct Harbour, Wynyard Quarter has been progressively converted for residential apartments.
Devonport is a harbourside suburb on the North Shore of Auckland, and hosts the Naval Base. It has great views of the harbour into the city.
Had lunch at a place called The Landing at Riverhead, where Lesley spent her childhood. Best steak I have ever eaten - perfectly cooked.
Muriwai Beach featuring black sand and a gannet colony on a large rock. We were there at low tide and the weather was overcast and rainy.
From Albert Park, I explored Auckland City, starting from Khartoum Place where there is a memorial to the Women's Suffrage movement.
Auckland University is located next to Albert Park. It is the largest, most comprehensive and highest-ranked university in New Zealand.
Landed in Auckland last night. I had the morning to myself, so decided to explore Albert Park and the Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.