Auckland North Shore Limo
Auckland North Shore Limo allows you to explore a place of wonder and beauty where nature meets the city in a way that is hard to imagine. This tour takes you through some of the most stunning scenery on the island, with a stop at Port Fitzroy to see one of New Zealand’s most famous beaches. You’ll also get to explore the small towns and villages that dot this part of Auckland Island—and learn more about their history and culture while you’re there!
If you’ve never been to the North Shore, you’ll be surprised at how much there is to see and do! Here are some highlights:
- The Auckland Zoo is a family-friendly zoo that offers visitors plenty of entertainment and educational opportunities.
- Auckland Aquarium has been voted as one of the top 10 aquariums in the world by TripAdvisor users. It houses thousands of animals worldwide, including sharks, penguins, turtles…and more!
- North Shore Gallery is one of Auckland’s most popular art galleries, with over 400 works by New Zealand artists on display anytime.
Find out more to do in Auckland’s North Shore and book a tour!
Takapuna and Milford
Takapuna is the life of Auckland’s North Shore, boasting everything from fashion and beauty shops to fresh fruit and vegetable markets, creative crafts and antiques. Day or night, Takapuna has a range of restaurants and cafes for relaxing meals, and you can even enjoy fish and chips seaside with the family at the white-sand beach.
Milford, on the other hand, is a beachside suburb home to Lake Pupuke, a volcanic crater popular for sailing, canoeing and rowing. In Milford, there are many recreational reserves to explore.
Wanting to explore Takapuna and Milford, get active and walk along the water’s edge from Milford to Takapuna.
Devonport is just a 12-minute ferry ride from downtown Auckland. Here you can embark on an adventure and explore Davonport fortification, underground tunnels and emplacements at Auckland’s north head.
Take a stroll through Devonport boutique shops, relax at the charming cafes and restaurants or wander the art galleries.
Albany and Long Bay
At Albany, go on a shopping spree at Albany’s most expensive mall with everything one can want, or simply relax at the cafes and restaurants.
If it’s the right time of the year, you can catch a game of football, rugby league or rugby union at the North Harbour Stadium!
Sitting 360 feet above sea level, Birkenhead has sea views from every street, so get your walking shoes on and keep climbing to catch the most rewarding view. Explore part of Auckland’s history and list the Chelsea Sugar Refinery as part of Auckland’s Victorian history, built-in 1884. During a long day of walking, stop at one of Birkenhead’s many cafes spread through the village centre.