You're just metres from the Viaduct Harbour's
cafés and restaurants
Auckland, 3rd on Mercer's Quality of Living Survey
The Civic Theatre
Luxury Custom House shopping practically next door
Escape to Auckland's dramatic west coast
The Auckland region boasts of some
Great hiking and walking country less than
half an hour from the CBD
A city beach looking towards Rangitoto Island
New Zealand's famous for its beaches
Dramatic Karekare Beach
The city beaches are your weekend playground
New Zealand’s largest (almost 1.5 million residents) and most cosmopolitan city, Auckland is an ideal place to live if you want to enjoy an exciting Kiwi lifestyle.
With a moderate climate, bustling harbour front and city centre, as well as easy access to the diversions of outdoor sports and recreation, Auckland is a great place to base yourself.
You can be mountain biking, sailing in the harbour, on the beach, or on the ski slopes all in one day. And when you fancy a taste of urban enjoyment, Auckland hosts a rich café society, fantastic shopping, a varied selection of cultural activities, and great dining and entertainment options.
Auckland is also within close proximity to other sensational New Zealand pastimes:
> Within driving distance to the North Island ski resorts of Whakapapa and Turoa
> Close to some 23 golf courses in the Auckland area
> A few hours drive to adventure spots Taupo and Rotorua
But don’t just take our word for it:
Auckland is consistently recognised internationally as a great city to live. Auckland ranked third in the 2012 Mercer Quality of Living Survey, which compared 221 cities on criteria such as safety, education, health-care, culture and environment.
Auckland is New Zealand’s largest and most cosmopolitan city.