Welcome To Auckland.

'The City of Sails', Auckland is New Zealand's biggest and most vibrant city. Beautiful parks, grand historic buildings; inspiring contemporary architecture, superb food and wine, world-class fashion and art, and a rich Maori & Polynesian culture. Auckland has it all.

Experience the real Auckland.

Home for the second time to the coveted America's Cup in 2021, the Viaduct Harbour, with it's restaurants, bars, cafés and superyachts, is just one of the many exciting inner-city precincts to explore.

Yet within an hour's journey from downtown Auckland lie these destinations, all which seem a world-away.

West Auckland Wine Country, Native Rainforest & Black-Sand Beaches. 50 mins west of the city is home to world-class chardonnay and other award-winning wines produced from the vineyards of West Auckland, which are all close to the spectacular scenery of the Waitakere Ranges and the rugged Tasman Sea surf beaches.

Matakana is an indulgent setting for wine and food, art and nature lovers just 45 mins north of Auckland. Lush vineyards, sculpture parks, art galleries, craft breweries and beautiful white-sand beaches make for an unforgettable day.

Waiheke Island sits just 19 km (12 miles) off the coast of Auckland, 35 mins by ferry or 10 mins by helicopter, with stunning scenery, boutique wineries and 5 star restaurants. Named by Maori 'cascading waters', Waiheke Island's unique warm maritime climate is home to some of new Zealand's finest Bordeaux and Rhone style wines. Here we can be exclusively one-on-one with winemakers and viticulturists to taste and understand why the unique Waiheke terroir, 'vines + soil + climate', makes for exceptionally expressive wines of excellent varietal character to excite all tastes.