A nice place to sit down and have a takeaway-there are many interesting and unique food shops nearby. Activities are held here regularly and there is a community food park (food can be packed away at the end of each season).
In the central business district, the Otia Center is a large public square between Queens Street and the Otia Center, opened in 1979 by Mr. Dove-Myer Robinson, a former mayor of Oakland, which was redeveloped in 2010. We visited this square on weekdays and it was packed with people for lunch. The main centre of the square was an arch called Waharoa, made of wood and copper by a man named Selwyn Muru. Not a very attractive square, but worth a visit when passing through the city.
Aotea Center is one of the downtown areas of Auckland, New Zealand's largest city. It is also here that I can feel that this is a big city, and the rest of New Zealand can really only be called a country or a small town.
Auckland’s central city square, Otia Square is on Queen Street, close to City Hall. It is an attractive place during lunch break and evening in summer. When encountering windy or humid weather, it is not so popular. Some buildings that overlook the square really need renovation. The square is getting old and more dangerous.