Albert Park is one of Auckland’s most important parks with its central location in the heart of the city, its long history and distinctive character.
Auckland Domain is the city’s oldest park. It is spacious and diverse.
The park is renowned for its landscape design and wide variety of mature trees. It is centred on a volcanic cone, One Tree Hill, with many interesting geological features. A pre-European Maori fortification (pa) was built on the cone, many features…
Takaparawhau, also known as Whenua Rangatira, covers 49 hectares of harbour-edge land high above Tamaki Drive. A key feature is the Michael Joseph Savage Memorial, a tribute to the first Labour Prime Minister of New Zealand and the founder of the…
If you want to ramble through wide green spaces, One Tree Hill Domain and the neighbouring Cornwall Park form the largest area of parkland in Auckland City.
View the Auckland Council website with a list of parks and facilities in the Auckland region.
A link to the Auckland City Council website where you can search for a park using a suburb or facility you would like it to have.
Silo Park is a free public space that can be enjoyed by both young and old. During the summer season, Silo Park plays host to more than 50 events, activations and exhibitions attracting people from all over Auckland.
This is one of the city’s most notable open spaces covering about 8ha.