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Auckland Zoo

Home to over 100 species and thousands of animals, the Auckland Zoo has committed itself to improve the living conditions of one of New Zealand's largest collection of native and exotic animal species. Visitors can marvel at the rare white rhinos and zebras on the Pridelands, or observe their favorite animals at one of the many zoo tracks, such as the Australia Bush Track or the South America Rainforest Track. Safari nights, photography workshops and specially designed experiences make for an enriching visit. The zoo also has outreach and educational programs for both visitors and local groups and is available for corporate and private functions.

Eden Park

One of the largest and most important stadiums in New Zealand, Eden Park has played host to many sporting events ever since its inception. The stadium hosts rugby during winters and cricket during summers. Having served as a venue for several cricket tournaments, including the World Cups of 1992 and 2015, the stadium also enables visitors to explore its expansive premises and all they have to offer through informative tours and ziplining excursions. Apart from hosting various sporting events, the stadium is also utilized for numerous cultural, social and entertainment purposes.

Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium

The brainchild of marine archaeologist Kelly Tarlton, this wonderful aquarium features underwater passageways that allow you to observe diverse sea life in gigantic tanks. Large sharks, gliding stingrays and many species of fish found in New Zealand's waters are above and beside you as the moving floor carries you along. Feeding time is an especially exciting experience that visitors must not miss. The Antarctic Ice Adventure display features live penguins and a recreation of life on the great southern continent, whereas Turtle Bay houses rehabilitated turtles in a large acrylic tank. Visitors should ideally allow up to two hours to fully appreciate these combined attractions.

Canyonz

Canyoning, although well established overseas, is relatively new in New Zealand. Participants travel down a stream by means of a combination of abseiling, sliding and jumping off waterfalls. The venue is the Blue Canyon, in the Waitakere Ranges on the rugged West Coast. The adventure takes all day - you will get your money's worth. After a half-hour hike to the stream, there are 15 waterfalls ranging from two to 25 meters in height to be negotiated. Other trips visit the Coromandel Peninsula. All equipment (including wet suits), food and transport is provided. Training in abseiling is also given.

Alberton

Alberton dates from 1863. Starting life as a farmhouse, it was expanded to 18 rooms with exotic towers and verandas on several levels. The estate once comprised extensive farmland, gardens and orchards making it self-sufficient. In its heyday Alberton was famous for balls, garden parties, music and hunting. The grand house contrasts with the attic servant quarters. Original furniture and antique household items remain and the garden contains fine mature trees and a fountain. Alberton is available for cocktail and garden parties, weddings and marquee functions.

Barry Curtis Park

A sprawling park said to occupy a whopping 94-hectares (232-acres) of land area, Barry Curtis Park incorporates a plethora of features and attractions that warrant a visit. These include the artistic stone sculptures and art installations, ponds and streams, large amphitheater and open air spaces for events. The picturesque park attracts a number of kids who visit the park to make use of the multipurpose sports complex and the well-maintained playgrounds. A part of the network known as Green Fingers, it has evolved into an urban park without affecting the ecology and natural habitat.

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