Attractions

Red Loop Buses (including City & Waterfront)

Bastion Point - Stop One

Bastion Point offers breathtaking views out over the Hauraki Gulf and Waitemata Harbour&...

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Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium - Stop 2

Set on the waterfront of Auckland City on Okahu Bay, just moments from the famous Mission Bay beac...

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Parnell Rose Gardens - Stop Three

Dove-Myer Robinson Park, also known as the Parnell Rose Gardens is a festival of colour and scent,...

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Holy Trinity Cathedral - Stop Four

Situated in the suburb of Parnell, Holy Trinity Cathedral is Auckland’s principal Anglican church,...

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Auckland Museum - Stop Five

The Auckland War Memorial Museum is a must-see for all visitors to Auckland. Three expansive level...

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Parnell Village - Stop Six

Parnell is often billed as Auckland's "oldest suburb" since it dates from the earliest days of the...

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Civic Theatre Corner - Stop Seven

This is an upper Queen Street stop, Queen Street being the main street of Auckland. Enjoy the shop...

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Sky City and Sky Tower - Stop Eight

A truly captivating experience awaits visitors to Auckland's Sky Tower. At 328 metres, it is the t...

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Philips Corner/Princes Wharf - Stop Nine

Effective: 16 June 2016 - Stop 9 is conveniently located on the waterfront, across the road from P...

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Maritime Museum

The New Zealand Maritime Museum is a place of stories, ambition, courage and exploration. It's a pla...

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Auckland Adventure Jet

See Auckland from a different perspective with Auckland Adventure Jet! This fun adventure tourism ...

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AMERICA'S CUP VIADUCT HARBOUR (Drive through, as no stopping)

New Zealand has a long history of involvement with the America's Cup Yachting regatta and was only the 2nd country in 100 years to win it from America in San Diego in 1995. We first hosted it here in the year 2000 when we successfully defended the Cup, but lost it in 2003 to the Swiss challenger Alinghi. From the Viaduct Harbour visitors can experience great views of the Auckland Harbour Bridge along with Wynyard Quarter (home to the Auckland Fish Market and a range of bars and restaurants). This area is an easy walk along the waterfront from our Philips Corner bus stop (Stop 9).

 

Blue Loop Buses (including Gardens, Mt Eden & Zoo)

Connects with the Red Loop hourly at the Auckland Museum.
Departs from the front of our Auckland Museum bus stop 10.30am, 11-30am, 12-30pm, 1-30pm, 2-30pm, 3.30pm
Terminates at the Museum at 4.30 & connects with the last bus to the city

 

Wintergardens - Stop One

Just a short walk from the Auckland War Memorial Museum in the Auckland Domain are the Wintergarde...

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Eden Garden - Stop Two

Eden Garden is a magical microcosm of the art and craft of gardening and has been described as Auc...

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Mount Eden - Stop Three

Mt Eden (Maungawhau) is one of the most prominent volcanic cones remaining in the Auckland region....

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Eden Park - Drive Past

Eden Park is New Zealand’s largest stadium with up to 60,000 seats. It is centrally located three ...

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St Lukes Westfield - Stop Four

Westfield St Lukes is one of the big three shopping centres in the western suburbs of Auckland, Ne...

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Auckland Zoo - Stop Five

Auckland Zoo is home to the largest collection of native and exotic animals in New Zealand, set in...

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Motat - Stop Six

MOTAT (Museum of Transport and Technology) is the largest museum of its kind in New Zealand and of...

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As a courtesy to other passengers please do not talk over the commentary

 
To get the most value from your Day Pass, we recommend you Hop Off and visit the attractions, as you come to them – rather than doing a complete circle first. To view the Timetables & Route Map
 

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