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The Auckland is urban area of the North Island of New Zealand. Auckland is the biggest and inhabited municipal area with 1,377,200 populaces and 31 percent population in the country. Auckland is one of the world's vast population cities of Polynesian. In 2011 Mercer Quality of Living Survey Auckland rank is 3rd place in the world as The Economist's World's Most Livable Cities manifestation of 2011 Auckland rank is in 9th. Auckland cultural significance is replicated in many different parts of city life by the Polynesian. Auckland fabrication between the low Hunua Ranges to the south-east, the Hauraki Gulf of the Pacific Ocean to the east, the Manukau Harbour to the south-west, and the Waitakere Ranges and slighter collections to the west and north-west. Auckland is one of the tiny cities to have harbours on two divisions of major organizations of water in the world. The essential part of the municipal area involves the Waitemata Harbour on the Pacific Ocean, near isthmus among the Manukau Harbour on the Tasman Sea and these harbours are divided some cities.

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Auckland Recreation Culture and Attractions

Auckland is one of the melting shoots of the Pacific, a blend of the modern diverse with the habitual beauty of Maori culture, spiced with flavors from the Pacific Islands, Asia and Europe. Auckland has advanced percentage of inhabitants of Asian origin than the respite of New Zealand. For too many generations we tugged our ruffian forelocks and arched our unprincipled and empty heads to the political capital, a tiny city that as time goes on diverges more and more from ours in almost every way and most particularly in numbers and level of cultural complacency in Auckland. The city's festivals of art and culture, like as the Chinese lamp festival is great events. Auckland culture to continue, being well less state supported per capita, it must include large numbers of people. Every year the city hosts literally thousands flocked to our literary festivals, hundreds line up for the opening night shindig at the Art Gallery. Auckland International Cultural Festival is one of the major events. At this free event, there will be wonderful food, live performances and one-off experiences. The city has several tourist attractions. It's neighboring Islands provides many exhilarating and excellent tourist attractions. Their main tourist attractions are the Auckland Museum, Kelly Tarlton's Underwater World, Auckland Zoo and the Sky Tower Sky Jump. Other attractions we extremely endorse embrace visiting the many Islands east of Auckland - generally Rangitoto and Waiheke Island. Auckland is home to many national parks also. The city's major sports are Rugby union, rugby league, soccer, cricket and netball.


Auckland Demographics
Auckland total population - 1,370,000
Auckland New Zealand European population - 690,000
Auckland Pacific Islander population - 170,000
Auckland Asian population - 230,000
Auckland Maori population - 130,000
Auckland Middle Easterners/Latin Americans/Africans population - 18,000
Auckland Others population - 600
Auckland New Zealanders population - 99,000

Auckland Education

All schools, either funded by the Auckland Education Ministry or privately possessed, succeed the education curriculum according to the Education Act of 1989. Auckland provides full time education of children from six years of age till they are sixteen. The majority schools are state schools but 63 schools are state integrated and 39 are private. The Auckland has some of the biggest schools in the country. Auckland has many educational organizations and leading universities in the country. Most important tertiary educational institutes are the Auckland University of Technology, Massey University, University of Auckland, Unitec New Zealand and Manukau Institute of Technology. Auckland Schools are generally managed by panels which are delegate of their community.


Auckland History

The isthmus was first settlers in Auckland around1350. First settlements were focused on the coastal regions of the Hauraki Gulf islands, but gradually the fertile strip signaled and land was cleared for rising food. The succeeding introduction of firearms, which instigated in Northland, upset the balance of power and led to devastating inter-tribal warfare, causing iwi who lacked the new arms to seek protection in areas less exposed to coastal raids. Many hundred years Tamaki's changed ethnic groups struggled for control of the area, building pa on the numerous volcanic cones. The Ngati Whatua iwi from the Kaipara Harbour obtained the upper hand in 1741, live in the major pa sites. Through the Musket Wars of the 1820s they were destroyed by the northern tribe Ngapuhi, leaving the land all but wild. In the period of 1840s Pakeha settlement of the Auckland area was mainly restricted to the immediate area around the ports at Auckland and Onehunga. After the 1870s the city population then spread throughout the isthmus, and North Shore, Papakura, Waitakere and Manukau cities activated to grow significantly after the Second World War. Land allowances to settlers and investors at first anxious the Town of Auckland, but settlement soon began to spread into the residential areas. Many areas on the strip were still used for farming until glowing into the twentieth century. Parnell, Newmarket, Remuera, Herne Bay, Ponsonby, Grey Lynn, Mount Eden, Epsom, and parts of the Western Bays and Eastern Bays initiated to urbanize in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Launch with a few tents on a beach, the settlement rapidly cultivated, and soon the port was kept busy spreading the region's produce, with kauri timber. Though, it lost its capital status to Wellington after just 25 years. In the 20th century the city of Auckland is one of the fastest growing city and its major industrial center in New Zealand.


Auckland Symbol

Auckland Nickname - City of Sails, SuperCity, Queen Ci


Auckland Transportation

In New Zealand Auckland is largest city. Auckland is beautiful harbour and Sky City tower. Most popular Public transport is bus in Auckland. Auckland Bus services are mostly branched, with few ring-routes owing to Auckland being on an isthmus. Late-night services are restricted even on weekends. Auckland has number of airlines directing both domestic and international flights. Trains managing laterally four lines travel among the CBD and the south, west and south-east of Auckland. Auckland's ports are the biggest of the country and a great part of New Zealand travels concluded them frequently via the facilities northeast of Auckland CBD. Auckland has several small airports and Auckland Airport is the busiest of the country. Auckland has a number of highly serviced airports marinas and ports throughout Auckland. Auckland bus services suggest travelers and tourists a cheaper and more furnish way to travel to destinations throughout the country. In Auckland Ferries and water taxis provide serves to travelers throughout Auckland Harbour, Manukau Harbour and other places.


Auckland Universities and Colleges
Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand - 27,000 Students
University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand - 39,000 Students

Auckland Tourist Attractions
Kelly Tarlton's Antarctic Encounter & Underwater World
Auckland Zoo
Fullers Harbour Cruise
Minus5 Bar
Howick Historical Village
Harbour Bridge Bungy & Climb

Auckland Parks
Albert Park
Auckland Domain
Dove-Myer Robinson Park
Michael Joseph Savage Memorial
Mt Eden
One Tree Hill
Tamaki Drive
Western Park
Western Springs
About our parks
Park volunteer activities
Barbecues in parks
Rainbow's End Theme Park

Auckland Museums
Auckland Museum
Museum Of Transport And Technology
NZ National Maritime Museum
Albertland and Districts Museum
Alberton House
Auckland Catholic Diocesan Archives
Papakura District Museum
Puhoi Bohemian Museum
Royal NZ Naval Museum
Waiuku Museum Society
Warkworth and District Museum

Auckland Taxes
Auckland Goods and Services Tax - 15%

Auckland Religions
Auckland Christian population is 49%
Auckland Catholic population is 13%
Auckland Methodist population is 4%
Auckland Pentecostal population is 2%
Auckland Baptist population is 2%
Auckland Other Christian Religions population is 3%
Auckland Ratana population is 1%
Auckland Ringatu population is 1%
Auckland Buddhist population is 2%
Auckland Hindu population is 3%
Auckland Islam/Muslim population is 2%
Auckland Judaism/Jewish population is 1%
Auckland Spiritualism and New Age Religions population is 1%
Auckland Other Religions population is 1%
Auckland Anglican population is 11%

Auckland Government

Auckland was governed from 1989 to 2010 by separate city and district councils. Auckland holds on the most part of local government in New Zealand. New Zealand's central government and rubbles of Auckland's society handles that this huge number of councils and the lack of strong local government were governing Auckland's progress. New Zealand's Government finally confirmed that a "super city" would be stable with a single mayor by the time of local body elections in 2010. The Auckland City Council and Auckland Harbour Board remained established in 1871. In 1876 after the eradication of Auckland Provincial Council the urban area developed a commotion of small road districts, town councils, boroughs, and ad hoc boards. The Auckland Regional Authority (ARA) is established in 1963. The ARA incorporated into many of Auckland's ad hoc boards, working with its 32 local councils and coordinating services like public transport. Auckland's local government was divided into eight establishments. The Auckland local Council's highest focus was on parks, and the environment.


Auckland Economy

Auckland is the world's most bearable city, it must be globally competitive and successful economy that all Aucklanders can assistance from and contribute. The Major International Corporation consumes an Auckland office as the city is the economic hub of the country. The major commercial and industrial areas of Greater Auckland are in the western parts of Manukau City and the southeast of Auckland City, frequently adjacent the Manukau Harbour and the Tamaki River estuary. Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development council controlled organizations are major sectors of Auckland's economy. Auckland's rank as the largest commercial centre of the nation reveals in the high model personal income which was for the region. The median personal income was North Shore City and Wellington. A huge percentage of the technical and trades labor force is based in the business zones of South Auckland.


Auckland Geography

Auckland mounts the Auckland Volcanic Field which has formed about 50 volcanoes. These take the method of cones, lagoons, lakes, islands and miseries and various have formed general lava flows. Auckland has 14 bulky lava tube caves which lope from the volcanoes downward near the sea. Auckland has a mild temperate climate current of hot, damp summers and calm, wet winters. The hottest months are December, January and February, and the freezing months are June, July and August. The rainfall happen year round protection the area lush and green. The Snowfall is extremely rare. Climatic atmosphere vary in particular parts of the city due to geography like hills, land cover and detachment from the sea hence informal temperature records exist like maximum in West Auckland.


Auckland Information Sources

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auckland
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http://www.auckland.nz.com/
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http://www.ingenio-magazine.com/auckland-culture-capital/
http://www.nzescape.com/auckland-attractions.html
http://www.tourism.net.nz/new-zealand/about-new-zealand/regions/auckland/history.html
http://early-history-auckland.blogspot.in/
http://www.aucklandcitylibraries.com/populartopics/resourcepages/localhistory.aspx
http://www.globalvisas.com/new_zealand/auckland.html
http://www.aucklandlifestyle.com/new_zealand_educational.html
http://www.australearn.org/destinations/new_zealand/cities/auckland/public_transportation_in_auckland/
http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/auckland-region/15
http://www.motorhomeroadtrip.com/new-zealand/auckland/auckland-geography/
http://www.easyexpat.com/en/auckland/overview/geography.htm
http://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/en/aboutcouncil/planspoliciespublications/theaucklandplan/
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