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Auckland North Shore Motels & Holiday Park

52 Northcote Rd, Northcote, Auckland

Situated on Auckland's North Shore, within driving distance to beautiful beaches, top cafes, outstanding restaurants.

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Remuera Motor Lodge & Inner City Camping Ground

Remuera Motor Lodge & Inner City Camping Ground

16 Minto Rd, Remuera, Auckland

Central Auckland Motor Lodge and Camping Ground, 15 minutes (6 kms) to the city centre. Quiet park like setting in 3.5 acres 15 Fully Self... More Info

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$20 – $130
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Auckland North Shore Motels & Holiday Park

Auckland North Shore Motels & Holiday Park

52 Northcote Rd, Northcote, Auckland

40 power/tent/caravan/campervan sites. 90 units: cabins, tourist flats, studio units, leisure lodges and motels. Large communal kitchen and... More Info

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$40 – $145
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Holiday parks in Auckland are great for family holidays that won't break the bank. You don't have to pitch a tent either; most holiday parks have a range of accommodation if camping isn't your style. Accommodation usually ranges from tent sites and on-site caravans to motels and self-contained cabins.

The city of Auckland covers an area of 60 square kilometres and sits on a narrow isthmus between the Waitemata and Manukau Harbours. Auckland's central business district is perched at the edge of the sea and the city's landscape is notable for the extinct volcanic cones that are scattered around the suburbs including Mount Eden, One Tree Hill, Mount Albert, Mount Hobson and Mount St John.

Auckland's iconic attractions - Sky Tower, Kelly Tarlton's and the Auckland War Memorial Museum are all well worth a visit. Sky City offers a 24-hour casino and five restaurants, and is also home to Sky Jump. Shops and restaurants at the Viaduct Basin, High Street, Ponsonby, Parnell and Newmarket are popular spots to browse and eat. The Auckland City Art Gallery is New Zealand's oldest and largest, housing its collection in two buildings.

Thousands of yachts and launches are moored near the Harbour Bridge and central marinas and ferry companies offer a variety of harbour cruises and trips to the islands of the Hauraki Gulf beyond the harbour.

Accommodation offered in Auckland City gives a great choice; luxury hotels, apartments, self-catering motels for individuals, families and groups, bed & breakfasts, backpacker, lodges and youth hostels for the budget conscious. Pet friendly accommodation is also available by arrangement.

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Auckland: The city of Auckland covers an area of 60 square kilometres and sits on a narrow isthmus between the Waitemata and Manukau Harbours. Auckland's central business district is perched at the edge of the sea and the city's landscape is notable for the extinct volcanic cones that are scattered around the suburbs including Mount Eden, One Tree Hill, Mount Alber... Read More

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