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Things to do in North Shore, NZ

Breathtaking Views at Takapuna Beach
Breathtaking Views at Takapuna Beach

Exploring the underground tunnels, gun emplacements and fortifications at North Head is a must. The volcanic cone offers incredible 360-degree views over the Hauraki Gulf and across to the city – you can even take a segway tour to the top.

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Chill out at Sunday Night Market
Chill out at Sunday Night Market

Chill out at Sunday Night Market A post shared by Jayne Takai (@jaynetakai) on Feb 10, 2017 at 12:45am PST If you visit Glenfield Shopping Mall on Sunday, you can also stop by a night market which is located in the basement of the Glenfield Shopping Mall.

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Enjoy Fantastic Views of Auckland at Mount Victoria
Enjoy Fantastic Views of Auckland at Mount Victoria

Mount Victoria offers panoramic views of Auckland City, Rangitoto Island, the North Shore and the Hauraki Gulf. Starting at the top of the pretty seaside town of Devonport, the steep walk will take about 20 minutes to the summit. Alternatively, you can drive to the top where there is parking available.

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For travelers, here is a list of some of the amazing ways to enjoy North Shore, New Zealand!

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NZ Military History at North Head Historic Reserve
NZ Military History at North Head Historic Reserve

In the 2014 Treaty of Waitangi settlement with the Tamaki Makaurau Collective of 13 Auckland iwi, the volcano was officially given the name Maungauika and the associated reserve was renamed "Maungauika/North Head Historic Reserve".

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Shopping Time at Glenfield Shopping Mall
Shopping Time at Glenfield Shopping Mall

Feed your hunger for fashion or tasty food, do your banking while you browse with all the top brands and services under one roof. Download the Glenfield Mall directory below.

Water Sport at Lake Pupuke
Water Sport at Lake Pupuke

Lake Pupuke is a heart-shaped freshwater lake occupying a volcanic explosion crater (or maar) between the suburbs of Takapuna and Milford on the North Shore. Separated from the sea by less than 200 m at one point, it has a circumference of about 4.5 km and reaches 57 m in depth.

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