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The Waitakere Ranges region is one of our natural treasures, rich in native flora and fauna, and home to the giants of the forest, the mighty kauri tree. Sadly, the incurable kauri dieback disease is killing kauri in the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park and as result the forested areas have been closed to prevent the extinction of these ancient and precious trees.
Kauri dieback disease is killing kauri trees in the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park. The closure of some tracks and the creation of protection zones helps prevent the spread of this disease, but anyone using the park can play their part to save kauri. Please respect these guidelines when visiting:. Find out more about kauri dieback and the closures here https: The Inner Light Market is run in conjunction with the fantastic monthly Titirangi Village Market with plus stalls indoors and outdoors.
Our Market has become an important regular event in Swanson and is run by a group of community volunteers. Includes chair yoga with options for standing and deep relaxation. Also suited for people with limited mobility. This Pure Meditation evening is an open invitation to everyone interested in practising meditation with others - to relax, find stillness and develop inner Peace and higher Spiritual awareness.
Sacred native rainforest, rugged coastline and windswept, black-sand beaches. Help protect our kauri from kauri dieback disease Kauri dieback disease is killing kauri trees in the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park. Please respect these guidelines when visiting: Always make sure your shoes, tyres and equipment are cleaned to remove all visible soil and plant material before and after visiting kauri forest.
Always use the cleaning stations installed on major tracks. Stay on the track and off kauri roots. Keep your dog on a leash at all times or leave them at home. Love My New Zealand, Titirangi.
Offering a select portfolio of luxury Auckland and New Zealand private tours they make the experience of New Zealand worth experiencing. With eco sensitive choices to also choose from plus one, two or multi day experiences from their unique range.
Discover our Auckland Eco Travels. A journey that combines luxury, style and fine detail, combined with our environmentally sensitive methods to create and deliver a wonderful luxury escape for you in Auckland. Join us as we and see and photograph a very picturesque Auckland with its stunning night lights. Our relaxed tour takes us on both sides of the Harbour with plenty of time to photograph and appreciate the sites. Interesting tour for all ages.
Auckland Urban Adventures, Laingholm. Come see Auckland on two wheels… and with a little bit of an electric nudge! Awesome Walks, Henderson Valley. Awesome Walks is a unique and unforgettable experience for multi-day hikers and walkers in the Waitakere Ranges west of Auckland!
Its action meets indulgence in one of the spectacularly beautiful and diverse parts of New Zealand. Best Of The West half day tour, Oratia. Forged from volcanic beginnings and battered by years of unrelenting natural forces the Black sand beaches and Ancient rainforest are something to see. Big Bay Holiday Park, Cornwallis. We are a small quiet family owned holiday park at the top of the Awhitu Peninsula, only 30 minutes from Waiuku.
The perfect place for your first or last night in NZ as we are only 75 minutes from Auckland Airport. Wake to the sound of the birds. Set in the Waitakere Ranges Heritage. Luxury and exclusive accommodation in Waitakere Ranges, West Auckland. Enjoy expansive view of Auckland isthmus, large outdoor pool, hot tub, and full cooked breakfast. A 3km sandy beach which is ideal for swimming, boating, fishing or relaxing. Piha Eco Sanctuary, Piha.
Enjoy forest walks to amazing water falls and rivers. Or you can just enjoy the peaceful environment. Redwood Park Serviced Apartments, Swanson. Tranquility, comfort and convenience at the doorway to the Waitakere Ranges.
Perfect for anyone needing modern self-contained accommodation out West, whether it be for a nearby wedding, a sporting event, or access to the famous West Coast beaches! Good for Cafe Food in Titirangi. Excellent for Mediterranean and Cafe Food in Titirangi. Kampung Style, Glen Eden. Very Good for Malaysian in Glen Eden. Humbug Cafe, New Lynn. Jemima's Kitchen, Glen Eden. Henderson and Districts Garden Club. This friendly, monthly event began one year ago in the grounds of Titirangi Primary School.
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In July , Auckland Council released, as the outcome of a three-year study and public hearings, its Unitary Plan for Auckland. The plan aims to free up to 30 percent more land for housing and allows for greater intensification of the existing urban area, creating , new dwellings in the next 30 years.
Auckland's lifestyle is influenced by the fact that while it is 70 percent rural in land area, 90 percent of Aucklanders live in urban areas  — though large parts of these areas have a more suburban character than many cities in Europe and Asia. Positive aspects of Auckland life are its mild climate, plentiful employment and educational opportunities, as well as numerous leisure facilities.
Meanwhile, traffic problems, the lack of good public transport, and increasing housing costs have been cited by many Aucklanders as among the strongest negative factors of living there,  together with crime.
In , Auckland was ranked by the Mercer consulting firm as th of centres on a scale of cost of living, i. One of Auckland's nicknames, the "City of Sails", is derived from the popularity of sailing in the region. On the eastern coastline of the North Shore, where the Rangitoto Channel divides the inner Hauraki Gulf islands from the mainland, there are excellent swimming beaches at Cheltenham and Narrow Neck in Devonport , Takapuna , Milford, and the various beaches further north in the area known as East Coast Bays.
The west coast has popular surf spots such as Piha , Muriwai and Bethells Beach. The Whangaparaoa Peninsula , Orewa , Omaha and Pakiri , to the north of the main urban area, are also nearby. Queen Street , Britomart , Ponsonby Road , Karangahape Road , Newmarket and Parnell are local retail areas, whilst the Otara and Avondale fleamarkets offer an alternative shopping experience on weekend mornings.
Most shopping malls are located in the middle- and outer-suburbs, with Sylvia Park and Westfield Albany being the largest. The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra is the city and region's resident full-time symphony orchestra, performing its own series of concerts and accompanying opera and ballet.
Events celebrating the city's cultural diversity include the Pasifika Festival , Polyfest, and the Auckland Lantern Festival , all of which are the largest of their kind in New Zealand. The Auckland Art Gallery is considered the home of the visual arts in New Zealand with a collection of over 15, artworks, including prominent New Zealand and Pacific Island artists, as well as international painting, sculpture and print collections ranging in date from to the present day.
This is the largest gift ever made to an art museum in Australasia. While most volcanic cones in the Auckland volcanic field have been affected by quarrying, many of the remaining cones are now within parks, and retain a more natural character than the surrounding city. The Auckland Botanic Gardens are further south, in Manurewa. The Waitakere Ranges Regional Park to the west of Auckland has relatively unspoiled bush territory, as do the Hunua Ranges to the south.
Rugby union , cricket , rugby league , football and netball are widely played and followed. Auckland has a considerable number of rugby union and cricket grounds, and venues for basketball, motorsports, tennis, badminton, netball, swimming, soccer, rugby league, and many other sports.
Events previously held in Auckland include the British Empire Games and the Commonwealth Games in ,  and a number of matches including the semi-finals and the final of the Rugby World Cup and Rugby World Cup. Auckland is the major economic and financial centre of New Zealand. The city's economy is based largely on services and commerce. Most major international corporations have an Auckland office; the most expensive office space is around lower Queen Street and the Viaduct Basin in the Auckland CBD , where many financial and business services are located, which make up a large percentage of the CBD economy.
The largest commercial and industrial areas of the Auckland Region are in the southeast of Auckland City and the western parts of Manukau City , mostly bordering the Manukau Harbour and the Tamaki River estuary.
According to the census, the primary employment industries of Auckland residents are professional, scientific and technical services Manufacturing is the largest employer in the Henderson-Massey, Howick, Mangere-Otahuhu, Otara-Papatoetoe, Manurewa and Papakura local board areas, retail trade is the largest employer in the Whau local board area, while professional, scientific and technical services are the largest employer in the remaining urban local board areas.
The majority are state schools, but 63 schools are state-integrated and 39 are private. The city is home to some of the largest schools in New Zealand, including Rangitoto College in the East Coast Bays area, the largest school in New Zealand with students as of August Auckland has a number of important educational institutions, including some of the largest universities in the country.
Auckland is a major centre of overseas language education, with large numbers of foreign students particularly East Asians coming to the city for several months or years to learn English or study at universities — although numbers New Zealand-wide have dropped substantially since peaking in Auckland's housing stock has become more diverse in recent decades, with many more apartments being built since the s — particularly since the s in the CBD.
Auckland's housing is amongst the least affordable in the world, based on comparing average house prices with average household income levels  and house prices have grown well above the rate of inflation in recent decades. In some areas, the Victorian villas have been torn down to make way for redevelopment. The demolition of the older houses is being combated through increased heritage protection for older parts of the city. Towards the end of the first decade after , a housing crisis began in Auckland with the market not being able to sustain the demand for affordable homes.
The Housing Accords and Special Housing Areas Act mandated that a minimum of 10 percent of new builds in certain housing areas be subsidized to make them affordable for buyers who had incomes on par with the national average. The Auckland Council is the local authority with jurisdiction over the city of Auckland, along with surrounding rural areas, parkland, and the islands of the Hauraki Gulf.
From to , Auckland was governed by several city and district councils, with regional oversight by Auckland Regional Council. In the late s, New Zealand's central government and parts of Auckland's society felt that this large number of councils, and the lack of strong regional government with the Auckland Regional Council having only limited powers , were hindering Auckland's progress.
A Royal Commission on Auckland Governance was set up in ,   and in it recommended a unified local governance structure for Auckland by amalgamating the councils. He was re-elected for a second term in October Brown did not stand for re-election in the mayoral election , and was succeeded by successful candidate Phil Goff in October Between and , Auckland was the capital city of New Zealand.
The capital was moved to the more centrally located Wellington in Auckland, because of its large population, is covered by 22 general electorates and three Maori electorates,  each returning one member to the New Zealand House of Representatives.
The governing Labour Party holds eight general electorates and all three Maori electorates, the opposing National Party holds thirteen general electorates, and ACT holds the remaining electorate Epsom. In addition, there are a varying number of Auckland-based List MPs, who are elected via party lists. As of December , there are twelve list MPs in the House who contested Auckland-based electorates at the election: The administrative offices of the Government of the Pitcairn Islands is situated in Auckland.
Private vehicles are the main form of transportation within Auckland, with around 7 percent of journeys in the Auckland region undertaken by bus in ,  and 2 percent undertaken by train and ferry. Bus services in Auckland are mostly radial, with few cross-town routes. A major overhaul of Auckland's bus services is being implemented during —18, significantly expanding the reach of "frequent" bus services: Rail services operate along four lines between the CBD and the west, south and south-east of Auckland, with longer-distance trains operating to Wellington only a few times each week.
Auckland's ports are the second largest of the country, behind the Port of Tauranga ,  and a large part of both inbound and outbound New Zealand commerce travels through them, mostly via the facilities northeast of Auckland CBD. Freight usually arrives at or is distributed from the port via road, though the port facilities also have rail access. Auckland is a major cruise ship stopover point, with the ships usually tying up at Princes Wharf.
Auckland has various small regional airports and Auckland Airport , the busiest of the country. There are frequent services to Australia, and to other New Zealand destinations. Research at Griffith University has indicated that in the last 50 years, Auckland has engaged in some of the most pro-automobile transport policies anywhere in the world. The State Highway network connects the different parts of Auckland, with State Highway 1 being the major north-south thoroughfare through the city including both the Northern and Southern Motorways and the main connection to the adjoining regions of Northland and Waikato.
State Highway 22 is a non-motorway rural arterial connecting Pukekohe to the Southern Motorway at Drury. The Auckland Harbour Bridge , opened in , is the main connection between the North Shore and the rest of the Auckland metropolitan area.
The bridge provides eight lanes of vehicle traffic and has a moveable median barrier for lane flexibility, but does not provide access for rail, pedestrians or cyclists. The Central Motorway Junction , also called 'Spaghetti Junction' for its complexity, is the intersection between the two major motorways of Auckland State Highway 1 and State Highway Two of the longest arterial roads within the Auckland Region are Great North Road and Great South Road — the main connections in those directions before the construction of the State Highway network.
Numerous arterial roads also provide regional and sub-regional connectivity, with many of these roads especially on the isthmus previously used to operate Auckland's former tram network.
Auckland has four railway lines Western , Onehunga , Eastern and Southern. These lines serve the western, southern and eastern parts of Auckland from the Britomart Transport Centre in downtown Auckland, the terminal station for all lines, where connections are also available to ferry and bus services. Work began in late to provide more route flexibility and connect Britomart more directly to western suburbs on the Western Line via an underground rail tunnel known as the City Rail Link project.
Auckland is New Zealand's largest electricity consumer, and uses around 20 percent of the country's total electricity each year. There are no electricity generation stations located within the city. Since there is very little generation north of Auckland, almost all of the electricity for Auckland and Northland must be transmitted from power stations in the south, mainly from Huntly Power Station and the Waikato River hydroelectric stations.
Transpower owns the national grid and is responsible for the high voltage transmission lines into and across Auckland. The sub-transmission and distribution network in the Auckland region is mostly owned by Vector.
The network south of central Papakura is owned by Counties Power. There have been several notable power outages in Auckland. The five-week-long Auckland power crisis blacked out much of the CBD after a cascade failure occurred on four underground cables in Mercury Energy's sub-transmission network.
The Auckland Blackout interrupted supply to the CBD and many inner suburbs after an earth wire shackle at Transpower's Otahuhu substation broke and short-circuited the lines supplying the inner city. These reduced the Auckland Region's reliance on Otahuhu substation and northern and western Auckland's reliance on the Otahuhu to Henderson line.
Auckland was connected to the Maui gas field in following the completion of a high pressure pipeline from the Maui gas pipeline near Huntly , via the city, to Whangarei in Northland. The high pressure transmission pipelines supplying the city are now owned and operated by First Gas , with Vector owning and operating the medium and low pressure distribution pipelines in the city.
Tourism in Auckland yields strong revenue for the New Zealand economy. Tourist attractions and landmarks in the Auckland metropolitan area include:. Auckland Council maintains relationships with the following cities .
With the exceptions of Hamburg and Galway , all of these cities are located within the Pacific Rim. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the urban area. For the wider region, see Auckland Region. For other uses, see Auckland disambiguation. Metropolitan area in North Island, New Zealand. History of Auckland and Timeline of Auckland. Sailboats at Takapuna Beach on the North Shore. List of schools in the Auckland Region. Auckland Region and Auckland Council.
Transport in Auckland and Public transport in Auckland. The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 20 May New Zealand 15th ed. Archived from the original PDF on 22 February At 30 June provisional ". Retrieved 24 October For urban areas, "Subnational population estimates UA, AU , by age and sex, at 30 June , , boundary ". Archived from the original on 27 February Retrieved 16 February Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand. Retrieved 18 November Retrieved 10 February Retrieved 29 August Archived from the original PDF on 9 June Retrieved 3 October The Encyclopedia of New Zealand.
The Penguin History of New Zealand. From Tamaki-Makau-Rau to Auckland. University of Auckland Press. Te Ara, Encyclopedia of New Zealand.
Retrieved 3 April Royal Commission on Auckland Governance. Draft Long-term Plan — National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research. Retrieved 29 April Ministry of Civil Defence. Retrieved 22 January Retrieved 17 September Retrieved 3 August Retrieved 13 December Smith and Sharon R. Auckland volcanic field geology. Retrieved 30 March Also published in print as Volcanic hazards at the Auckland volcanic field.
Auckland region, Cultural Diversity. Figures add up to more than percent due to multiple responses. Archived from the original on 24 May Retrieved 29 January Retrieved 16 August Archived PDF from the original on 25 October Accessed 18 January Retrieved 29 July Always make sure your shoes, tyres and equipment are cleaned to remove all visible soil and plant material before and after visiting kauri forest.
Always use the cleaning stations installed on major tracks. Stay on the track and off kauri roots. Keep your dog on a leash at all times or leave them at home. Love My New Zealand, Titirangi. Offering a select portfolio of luxury Auckland and New Zealand private tours they make the experience of New Zealand worth experiencing.
With eco sensitive choices to also choose from plus one, two or multi day experiences from their unique range. Discover our Auckland Eco Travels. A journey that combines luxury, style and fine detail, combined with our environmentally sensitive methods to create and deliver a wonderful luxury escape for you in Auckland.
Join us as we and see and photograph a very picturesque Auckland with its stunning night lights. Our relaxed tour takes us on both sides of the Harbour with plenty of time to photograph and appreciate the sites.
Interesting tour for all ages. Auckland Urban Adventures, Laingholm. Come see Auckland on two wheels… and with a little bit of an electric nudge! Awesome Walks, Henderson Valley. Awesome Walks is a unique and unforgettable experience for multi-day hikers and walkers in the Waitakere Ranges west of Auckland! Its action meets indulgence in one of the spectacularly beautiful and diverse parts of New Zealand. Best Of The West half day tour, Oratia. Forged from volcanic beginnings and battered by years of unrelenting natural forces the Black sand beaches and Ancient rainforest are something to see.
Big Bay Holiday Park, Cornwallis. We are a small quiet family owned holiday park at the top of the Awhitu Peninsula, only 30 minutes from Waiuku.
The perfect place for your first or last night in NZ as we are only 75 minutes from Auckland Airport. Wake to the sound of the birds. Set in the Waitakere Ranges Heritage. Luxury and exclusive accommodation in Waitakere Ranges, West Auckland.
Enjoy expansive view of Auckland isthmus, large outdoor pool, hot tub, and full cooked breakfast. A 3km sandy beach which is ideal for swimming, boating, fishing or relaxing. Piha Eco Sanctuary, Piha.
The west's environmental champions have been applauded with the Love Your Place Awards. EcoMatters chief executive Damon Birchfield. I couldn't believe how many Tui were swarming all over the neighbors tree trying to gank that nectar bro! Love these birds:). Having a small wedding in West Auckland is easy with one of Skinny Love's popular pop-up packages.