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The Weather in Auckland
The above is a climate diagram for Auckland. In February maximum temperatures go higher than 75°. Conversely, July is the coolest month in Auckland, with temperatures going under 46° Bring your umbrella in September, the rainiest month of the year!
Begin your Auckland adventure with a vacation home
Vibrant and welcoming, Auckland combines culture with relaxing nature. Celebrate at a Polynesian food festival, sample world-class wine, and unwind in your ideal accommodation - choose from cool harborside apartments, family homes with pools, and more.
Daring dining and world-class wines
Situated in the chic neighborhood of Ponsonby, Sidart offers an unmissable dining experience. Treating cookery as a fusion of art and science, the team serve up intriguing combinations such as duck and gingerbread, and artichoke and coffee. Sitting on the 53rd floor of the Sky Tower, Sugar Club is another dining spot providing the wow factor.
A 30 minute ferry ride from Auckland, Waiheke Island is a tranquil getaway and haven for wine lovers. Visit Wild on Waiheke for tastings in a refined setting, or Mudbrick Vineyard, which serves delectable meals to compliment its wines. And don't miss Pasifika Festival in March, a celebration of Polynesian food, crafts and culture.
Maori heritage and more
Auckland War Memorial Museum is found in the Parnell neighborhood. Taking a fascination look into New Zealand's natural and cultural heritage, its highlights include a 25m-long Maori war canoe. Don't leave without catching a performance of the traditional Maori war dance.
The Wallace Arts Centre, meanwhile, features a vast private collection. Every few weeks, the exhibition inside this 1879 mansion is given a reshuffle, with contemporary pieces including a stained glass panel portrait of Ziggy Stardust.
Marine life and magnificent views
Around an hour north of Auckland, Goat Island Marine Reserve sprawls for 518 hectares. Of ancestral importance for Maori people, it's also a haven for marine life. Look out for bottlenose dolphins and go diving off the coast to see more stunning creatures.
One Tree Hill, or Maungakiekie, is a volcanic peak and important memorial place for Maori people, with a protruding obelisk structure and sculpture of a Maori warrior. Visit for the breathtaking views over the entire city.
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