Auckland Central Accessible Travel
The Auckland Central Business District (CBD) is built on a narrow isthmus between two huge harbours, and is surrounded by extinct volcanoes and picturesque islands. Auckland Central is a great place to stay and explore some of Auckland's top attractions such as the Sky Tower, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland Museum, and New Zealand Maritime Museum.
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Aotea Square is the unifying centre of all the activity that occurs within Auckland Live venues. At 4,500 square metres, the Square is the largest open-air space in the inner city of Auckland and is used for a myriad of different activities including festivals, parades, political rallies, cultural shows and community events.
Mobile-friendly - A delightful small hotel providing bed and breakfast in Auckland. Just two minutes stroll to Ponsonby's vibrant cafes and galleries, ten-minutes by bus to the harbour and city centre. Set in a large, beautiful garden, the most perfect place from which to explore Auckland. Unlimited free wifi. Only Ponsonby accommodation with Qualmark 4-star plus and Qualmark Eco Gold award.
Mobile-friendly - Just 6km from Auckland CBD, SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton's has over 30 exhibits and more than 80 different species. Featuring New Zealand's only Sub-Antarctic Penguin Colony, world's only display of Spiny Sea Dragons, and some of the world's biggest aquarium sharks, including Sandtiger, Broadnose Sevengill and stingrays. With indoor playground and interactive zones, it is an awesome attraction for all.
Sudima Auckland City is a new 4.5-star hotel in the heart of the city. It’s conveniently located within easy walking distance of the bustling shopping, arts, dining and entertainment precincts making it perfect for both leisure & business travelers
Mobile-friendly - Journey through the heart of the North Island between Auckland and Wellington on the Northern Explorer. Travel through rolling farmland, over towering viaducts and through the North Islands Central Plateau with its three spectacular mountains. Enjoy world-class carriages featuring panoramic windows, a licensed cafe, at-seat audio commentary, and open air viewing. Departs Auckland on Monday/Thursday/Sunday, and Wellington on Tuesday/Friday/Saturday.
The Aotea Centre's ASB Theatre is currently undergoing a refurbishment project that should enhance accessibility. There is lift access to all floors within the Aotea Centre. Where steps exist on any floor, an alternative ramp access is provided.
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