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Catch an InterCity bus from Whangarei to Auckland. The Whangarei to Auckland bus journey takes just 2 hours 45 minutes.
Buses depart from The Hub Information Centre at 91 Dent Street and arrive at the Sky City terminal, 102 Hobson St, Auckland City.
Use the fare finder to search for a bus Whangarei to Auckland with New Zealand's most popular national bus network.
New Zealand's largest and most populous city, Auckland is a bustling and lively city filled with a variety of things to see and do. Auckland is evolving into a diversified city with over 220 different ethnicities calling Auckland home.
With all of this cultural diversity, Auckland hosts many cultural festivals, shows and markets with traditional food, music and clothing on offer, as well as a lively atmosphere. These regular events include the Lantern Festival, the Diwali Festival and the Otara markets which operate every Saturday morning.
For more information on shows in Auckland check out our events page. InterCity can help get you to special events in Auckland!
To experience Auckland in the most intimate and natural way, why not take the 16km Coast to Coast walk. Starting in the Viaduct Harbour this walk will take you through the historic sights of the inner-city, past five volcanic sites, up the 183 metre summit of Maungakiekie (One Tree Hill), through established city parks before finishing at the sparkling Manukau Harbour. You can also hire a bike and complete this walk in half the time.
Auckland is over-flowing with natural attractions with an abundance of beaches, walks and regional parks and a variety of outdoor activities to do at each setting. From rough black-sand surf beaches to sheltered golden-sand beaches, from inner city paved coastal walks to rainforest tramps, nature lovers are spoiled for choice in Auckland. Visit Auckland’s official website for more information about Auckland’s natural attractions.
If you’d prefer to immerse yourself in the culture and history of Auckland, pay a visit to one of Auckland’s heritage attractions. The Auckland War Memorial Museum, the Auckland Art Gallery, the Museum of Transport and Technology, (MOTAT) or one of Auckland’s heritage gardens are just some of the cities heritage attractions.
For more ideas on what to see and do in Auckland, visit aucklandnz.com