Destination guide: Auckland, New Zealand
Auckland is one of the most important ports in New Zealand (Oceania) and one of the cities with the greatest amount of business and tourist activity in the country. It is found in the middle of an isthmus of volcanic origin and has a stable climate with an average annual temperature of 23°C, making it ideal to visit at any time of year.
Among Auckland’s main tourist attractions are the Sky Tower or “Skywalk”, a financial complex you can bungee jump from, Butterfly Creek, the Howick Villa that recreates the Maori way of life, Kawau Island, Otara Market where you can witness Auckland’s ethnic and cultural mix and the Botanical and Eden Gardens, as well as many other places of interest.
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Auckland - Weather Overview
Auckland has a mild climate, with the occasional frost in winter and high humidity in summer. Summer months have an average of eight days of rain, but the weather is famously fickle, with ‘four seasons in one day’ possible at any time of the year.
Weather Monthly ViewAverage High TemperatureAverage Low TemperatureAverage RainfallHumidity (AM)Humidity (PM)January2316797162February2316947261March2215817465April1913977869May17111278070June1491378373July1381458474August1481178070September1691027668October17111027466November1912897164December2114797064