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The Hauraki Gulf experience is complemented by a modern, evolving city, with a new infusion of restaurants and bars, a host of new luxury accommodation and a vibrant waterfront.
There's also the tallest tower in the Southern Hemisphere, the largest factory outlet complex in Australasia and a range of leading family attractions.
Whether idyllic islands, glistening harbours or modern city, Auckland can offer you an opportunity to replenish yourself in two quite contrasting environments.
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