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Guided Urban Walk in Auckland

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When:

  • Thu 7 Nov ’13, 7:00pm – 9:00pm

Where:

Fullers Ferry Terminal, Queens Parade, Devonport

Restrictions:

R18

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Come on a Guided Urban Evening Walk with Stephen, around Devonport and visit Mt Victoria..

With easy access to Mt Victoria from Devonport and the Auckland CBD, overlooking the Waitemata Harbour with its waters carved by the wakes of ferries, yachts, container vessels, Mount Victoria is a lively place to be, with stunning views to be seen back towards Auckland City, and the Skytower, and across the harbour and further north, this is a great evening walk to come on!

The views across the harbour to the city, especially at night are incredible. Lights stretch far into the distance to the north, powerful floodlights and flashing warning lights on the dockyard machinery highlight the activity at the container wharves opposite, where we'll walk, and the Auckland city towers blaze and the Harbour Bridge is like a necklace of orange light against dark harbour waters and suburban lights, so this walk will have something for everyone.

Bring your camera if you like night shooting!

This is one of the best lookout points in Auckland, equivalent to Mt Eden and Mt Wellington. The 360 degree views will amaze you!

Meeting Time : 7pm with a 7.10 start. ( Finishing about 9pm )

Limited to : 25 people . Guests welcome.

Walking Time : 2 hours approx. ( plus travel )

Walk Difficulty : Easy

Distance : About 5km

How to get there : Take the Devonport Fullers Ferry from the City. Park in nearby buildings. Or drive there via the Bridge, or from the North Shore, come to Devonport via Belmont .

For more details see this link .

http://www.meetup.com/Urban-Walks-in-Auckland/events/147290602/

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