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Long ago, the Maori peoples settled on an isolated yet fertile island. The Maori called this land Aotearoa – the “land of the long white cloud.” However, everything changed when British Colonists traveled to Aotearoa in the 19th Century. Not only did they incorporate the land into the United Kingdom, but they also changed Aotearoa’s land into New Zealand. But just 12 years after this event, New Zealand regained the right to self-governance and has remained a sovereign nation ever since. Even today, the inhabitants of New Zealand continue to take pride in their sovereignty, their culture, and their history, both before and after the 19th Century.
Auckland is one of the cities that exemplifies this sense of pride. Known as Tāmaki Makaurau by the Maori, Auckland is considered to be the “Heart of New Zealand” by many. This city houses the University of Auckland, the world-famous Sky Tower, and more than 1.7 million citizens as of 2019. Hundreds of festivals are held in Auckland each year, especially in areas like Aotea Square. Visiting Auckland will be an experience unlike any other. Not only will the trip broaden your horizons, but it might also refresh and revitalize your spirit.
Auckland is often called the “Big Little City” by many of its long time citizens. That’s because this densely populated metropolis is also quite compact. It’ll be hard to enjoy your trip to Auckland if you’re overburdened with baggage. Let Bounce secure your excess luggage. We’re a 24 hours luggage service that’s available all throughout the week. To learn more, simply download the app.
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Between the dozens of festivals and the slew of rugby games that take place each month, you’ll never experience a dull moment in Auckland. Auckland, New Zealand’s music scene is truly one of a kind. Popular artists like Tiki Taane fuse traditional Maori music with contemporary soundscapes. When you visit Tāmaki Makaurau, we hope that you can attend at least one concert.
Many of Auckland’s museums celebrate the long-standing traditions of the Maori people. Ancient heirlooms and jaw-dropping palaces will grant a glimpse of New Zealand’s past. You’ll learn so much about Maori culture and history from visiting the following venues:
Auckland War Memorial Museum: You can find this Kiwi cultural landmark in the Auckland Domain, on Parnell street. Also known as Tāmaki Paenga Hira, the War Memorial Museum honors the countless men and women who’ve laid down their lives for their homeland.
New Zealand Maritime Museum: This ode to New Zealand’s boats is located on the corner of Quay and Hobson Street. A myriad of traditional Maori sea vessels are housed here, as well as a slew of modern-day ships.
Mangere Mountain Education Centre: The MMCE is located on 100 Coronation Road, Mangere. The educators at the MMCE are more than happy to share their insights on Maori culture and customs with you. The MMCE also is home to several heritage gardens.
From souvenirs to designer clothes, Auckland’s shopping centers have everything a shopaholic might need. Many of New Zealand’s most popular small businesses are based in Auckland, alongside the myriad of big-name brands that are based in Auckland’s Central Business District. We highly recommend shopping at the following locations:
Sylvia Park Shopping Centre: The biggest, most expensive shopping center in New Zealand can be found on 286 Mount Wellington Highway, Auckland Central. Shop at 200+ stores, dine at the food court, and admire Sylvia Park’s beautiful design.
The Warehouse: This all in one shopping center is located on 26 The Warehouse Way Northcote. Auckland residents and visitors alike praise The Warehouse for the sheer variety of products that are available.
Vulcan Lane: Vulcan Lane is a shopping strip that’s conveniently located in Auckland Central. Brands from all around the world can be found here. Best of all, Vulcan Lane is a pedestrian-only venue.
Seafood is really big in New Zealand, but you can also find all sorts of other dishes in Auckland. The Big Little City’s cuisine is incredibly diverse -- you can find Mexican food, Spanish food, Mediterranean food, the list goes on and on. Here are some of our favorite restaurants:
Gorkha Eastern Beach: Are you in the mood for Indian cuisine? Then head to 1 Eastern Beach Road, Eastern Beach. We highly recommend trying their Manchurian and Chow Mein dishes.
Hello Beasty: Hello Beasty is located between 95-97 Customs Street West in Auckland’s Central Business District. The dumplings are one of Hello Beasty’s most popular delicacies.
Sails Restaurant: This seaside restaurant can be found between 103-113 Westhaven Drive, Westhaven Marina. Not only will you find exquisite food, but you’ll also find a great view of Auckland’s Harbour Bridge.
Our research indicates that Auckland’s crime rate is extremely low, especially when compared to similarly-sized cities. Out of a population of 1.657 million citizens, about 500 residents report criminal activities like theft each month. Violent crimes in Auckland have increased by about 7.3% from 2019 to 2020. However, these cases rarely had fatal outcomes.
Moreover, Auckland is also considered to have a low risk of terrorist activity. This is due, in large part, to New Zealand’s geographical location. As an island nation, New Zealand is separated from the rest of the world. On a smaller scale, even crimes like burglaries and thefts are rare occurrences. Overall, one can expect to have a safe and relaxing trip to Auckland.
“What’s the best way to get around Auckland?”
Walking and capitalizing on Auckland’s public transportation system are the best ways to travel. The city’s Link buses are efficient, affordable, and reliable ways to get around the Big Little City.
“Is public transportation in Auckland safe?”
Without a doubt, Auckland has one of the safest transit systems around. Thanks to the city’s overall low crime rate, commuters have very little to fear while riding on buses and trains.
“What’s the best neighborhood to stay in Auckland?”
Auckland’s Central Business District is one of the best places to stay for first-time visitors. The CBD will feel both very familiar and distinctly unique to anyone who’s used to metropolitan areas. You can also go bungee jumping at the Sky Tower. We felt we ought to mention that.
“What are the best museums to visit in Auckland?”
Consider adding the Black Door Gallery, the Artis Gallery, and the Stardome Observatory & Planetarium to your list of must-see venues.
“What’s the best time of year to visit Auckland?”
Ask any Kiwi, and they’ll tell you that New Zealand can get very humid during the summer. That’s why we recommend visiting during the spring or the fall – any time between March to May and September to November, to be specific. You’ll find the land of the long white cloud to be comfortably warm and less crowded than usual.
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The price for luggage storage in Auckland is just NZ$8/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Auckland which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Tiritiri Matangi, Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Sky Tower and many other areas.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Auckland.
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Auckland. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Auckland where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are The Grove, French Cafe, and The Sugar Club. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Auckland are Auckland City Hotel, M Social Auckland, and Rydges Hotel.
Auckland offers several scenic parks including Gretel Scenic Reserve, Saint Johns Bush, and Parkhead Reserve.
You can find local tourist information at Arataki Visitor Centre, I-SITE, and Tourist Information Office.