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Anthony Carlile

Auckland

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New Zealand's capital city is not only the largest buzzing metropolis in the country, it is also set around over 40 volcanoes and beautiful islands to explore, making it the perfect place to explore some beautiful scenery from a city base.

Auckland City Centre

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Me with Auckland's city line 

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Auckland

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Me at the top of the Sky Tower

Mount Victoria

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Auckland City Centre from Mount Victoria

Mount Victoria is one of the many dormant volcanic peaks around Auckland. It's only a ferry ride and a short walk from Auckland harbour, and offers stunning views of the whole region. 

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View from Mount Victoria

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View from Mount Victoria (Mount Rangitoto - see below)

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View from Mount Victoira

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View from Mount Victoria

North Head

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North Head

North Head is another of the many volcanic cones in the area, forming a headland within North Shore City in the suburb of Devonport at the east end of the Waitemata Harbour (Auckland's harbour).

It is part of the Hauraki Gulf Maritime Park) known for its sweeping views over the harbour and the Hauraki Gulf.

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View from North Head

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View from North Head

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North Head

Mount Eden

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Mount Eden

Out of all the volcanic points around Auckland, the crater at Mount Eden must be one of the most spectacular to visit. A short scramble will have you standing at the bottom of a volcano crater - an experience that must be done. 

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View from Mount Eden

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Mount Eden

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View from Mount Eden

Auckland Museum

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Auckland Museum is the perfect place to learn all about the history of the New Zealand people and it's wildlife. It can be found in the Domain - a central city garden - and inside you can see monumental carvings, buildings, canoes and treasures of the Maori. 

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Inside Auckland Museum

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Inside Auckland Museum

Mount Rangitoto

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Mount Rangitoto

Mount Rangitito can be found on Rangitoto Island. This volcanic island is 5.5km across, and is the largest and newest of Auckland's volcanic peaks.

A short ferry ride will get you over to the island, and a couple of hours is all you need to make the walk to the top.

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Cooled lava flows on Mount Rangitoto

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View from the top of Mount Rangitoto

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Me at the top of Mount Rangitoto

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View from the bottom of the crater

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Mount Rangitoto

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