Here are the five attractions. They are amongst the best things to see and do in Auckland anyway. The multipass offers a good way to ensure you don't miss any of them, while saving money as well.
1. Auckland Sky Tower
This is the tallest building in New Zealand (328 meters/1076 feet) and offers wonderful views of Auckland City and beyond. There are five levels of viewing decks and a selection of restaurants and cafes. It's a great way to get your bearings on Auckland's geography and landscape.
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2. Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium
With thousands of fish and many other species of marine life - including penguins and sharks - this is a unique way to discover the marine environment which surrounds Auckland and the rest of New Zealand. There is an underwater walkway where sharks, stingrays and fish swirl about you overhead. Kelly Tarlton's is just a short distance from the city center along the Tamaki Drive waterfront.
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3. Fullers Ferry Tour to Rangitoto Island
Rangitoto Island is one of Auckland's most distinctive landmarks. This near-circular volcano is just 600 years old and is a rugged landscape of scoria and volcanic rocks. A walk to the top gives a great view back to the city and across to the other islands of the Hauraki Gulf. The ferry to the island takes only 25 minutes and leaves several times daily. Check the website for actual departure times.
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4. Rainbow's End Theme Park
Auckland's leading theme and adventure park, Rainbow's End features more than twenty rides including a roller coaster and vertical free falls. It's a great day out for all the family. A ticket gives entry to all the rides and activities. It is located in Manukau City, not far from Auckland International Airport.
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5. Butterfly Creek Wildlife Park
Located very close to Auckland International Airport, this is a wildlife park with some rather interesting and unique creatures on display. Along with reptiles, tropical butterflies and marine life there are New Zealand's only saltwater crocodiles and the wetapunga, one of the largest insects in the world. There is also a cafe on site. Most of the displays are undercover so it's a good way to spend a rainy day.
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