Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Auckland CBD
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is New Zealand’s most compelling visual arts experience. Visit us and discover the world’s largest permanent collection of New Zealand art right in the heart of Auckland city.
Auckland Museum, Parnell
Auckland Museum tells the story of New Zealand, its place in the Pacific and its people. It has pre-eminent Māori and Pacific collections, significant natural history resources and major social and military history collections; a must-see attraction.
New Zealand Maritime Museum, Auckland CBD
An integral part of Aotearoa New Zealand’s cultural fabric, the New Zealand Maritime Museum unites people with the sea and our maritime heritage.
Batch Winery, Waiheke Island
Batch Winery - Thomas's Bach vineyard restaurant offers exceptional wine & food experiences with spectacular views. Enjoy lunch, dinner & High Tea & Bubbles with sunset dining all year round. Batch bus connects to Matiatia on the hour.
Tamaki Hikoi - Māori Guided Tour Auckland - "Home Fires of Tamaki", Mount Eden
Experience the cultural heart of Auckland, on our 2 hour Home Fires of Tāmaki (Auckland) tour in Ōrākei. A short trip from the hustle of the central city, this magnificent whenua (land) is one of Auckland’s most tranquil locations.
Māori Walking Tour Auckland - Heaven to Earth, Mount Eden
Explore Maungawhau (Mount Eden) and discover its history on our Heaven to Earth Māori guided walk. You will ascend the mountain to the summit, where picturesque views and our guides tales about the mountain and beyond, will have you captivated.
1-Day Auckland Landscape Photography Workshop
This is a one day coastal and long exposure photography workshop at Murrays Bay on Auckland’s North Shore. On this workshop, you’ll learn how to shoot dramatic and awe-inspiring coastal landscapes and make long exposure photographs.
1-Day Auckland Photography Workshop
This is a one-day practical hands-on workshop aimed at beginners.
1/2 Day Sea Kayak Tour - Motukorea, Saint Heliers
Motukorea Island, reachable only by small craft, offers a wealth of exploration and fantastic views. A culturally informative and fun paddle around this area is a greatly recommended way to experience the Waitamata Harbour.