A collection of moments that we've taken from around Auckland, to give you inspiration when visiting the 'City of Sails'.
Videos of Auckland
Our team of Auckland video and travel guide experts is constantly on the lookout for the latest happenings and new adventures. From events and concerts, restaurants and hotels, adventure activities and local culture & traditions.
Through engaging video and multimedia contents, we bring the magic of Auckland to a global audience with the ambition to inform and inspire so that you are ready to make the right choices when travelling to Auckland.
Browse through our Auckland video gallery below and join our experience.
Auckland has a diverse range of beaches to enjoy. We've captured the wild beaches on the west coast that include Piha, Muriwai and Karekare and the golden beaches of North Auckland and the Hauraki Gulf Islands.
Our local experts have got together and picked their Top 10 favourite things to do in Auckland.
For over 15 years Auckland Whale and Dolphin Safari have been sharing the incredible resource of the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park - home to resident populations of whales, dolphins and seabirds and visited by a staggering one third of all marine mammals.
Mount Victoria offers one of the best views of Auckland with panoramic views of the city skyline, Rangitoto Island and the Hauraki Gulf.
Auckland is an intoxicating mix of city thrills and outdoor lifestyle. With over 50 Islands to explore, world-class surfing and a warm climate, it's often voted one as of the best cities to live in. Here's our local expert guide.
Devonport is a popular seaside suburb that's a short ferry trip from downtown Auckland with scenic reserves, pretty beaches and a pretty high street full of cafes, restaurants and boutique shopping.
Topping the list of reasons that Brew on Quay is so popular as an after-work or before-the-show destination (Brew on Quay is just a few steps away from Vector Arena), is the extensive list of craft beer on offer. Between the 102 New Zealand and inter
Duder Regional Park is a 148 hectare park situated on the Whakakaiwhara Peninsula that overlooks the Tamaki Strait. This is a regional park that's big on stunning views of the Hauraki Gulf. Here's our local expert guide.
Although Muriwai Regional Park is home to many species of birds, it's the Gannet Colony that attracts the most visitors. Two viewing platforms provide excellent points to observe the gannets in a spectacular coastal location. Here's our guide.
The Viaduct Harbour is a magnet for Aucklanders with its compact selection of waterfront cafes, bars and bistros. The Harbour's a huge draw for tourists, too. Here's our local expert guide to the stunning waterside setting.
North Head is full of history and gorgeous views of Cheltenham beach, Waitemata Harbour, Auckland city and the Hauraki Gulf. It's only a 20 minute walk from Devonport Ferry Terminal. Here's our local expert guide.
Enjoy snow sports all year round. Spend a fun family day at New Zealand's only indoor snow resort.
Rainbow's End has been a fixture of Auckland's outdoor entertainment scene for over 30 years. There's easily a whole day of fun to be had here for all the family, regardless of your bravery level!
Our guide to the popular dining and family friendly area of Wynyard Quarter, situated between Viaduct Harbour and Westhaven Marina.
Our guide to Mission Bay, a popular beachside suburb on the southern shore of the Waitemata Harbour and approximately 8 kms from the CBD.
Our guide to Parnell which prides itself in being Auckland’s oldest suburb which has several iconic features. Rose Gardens, quaint cafes and boutique shops await.
Our guide to Shakespear Regional Park, situated on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula. It is New Zealand's most accessible, and most visited, open sanctuary combining conservation, recreation and farming.
Our guide to the downtown area of Auckland. With the bustling harbour at its centre, the city centre is a hive of retailing, leisure and big business, but also has plenty of green spaces to break things up a bit.
Our guide to the funky precinct of The Britomart. Located near Auckland centre, wander around a 6.5 hectare mix of Edwardian buildings, modern high-rises, Victorian heritage restorations, designer shops, bars and restaurants.
Prepare to be scared at the Spookers haunted house and fearsome forest. This theatrically themed entertainment venue is designed to scare the yell out of you......