We had a lot of fun and came to explore these tunnels in humid weather! I suggest you put the torch in the dark, it will make you feel safe. This is a fairly steep climbing track...The staff here are very friendly and helpful, they will do their best to meet all our needs. It can be fast and easy (just be aware of the upcoming cars). It's full of history, it's very interesting to come here, it's full of fun. Don’t forget to watch the scenery on top of the stone building so you can get an overview of it. It’s perfect for a family to have a picnic...great idea!
The blue water is very pure, and the air is fresh and luxurious. There are many green islands scattered in the sea, like emeralds inlaid in the sea. Occasionally a little sailing boat, the beauty is invincible.
North Point is a promontory near a corner of Auckland. The scenery here is beautiful. The North Point has very prosperous plant resources, and the environment in the entire area is also very fun.
[Scenery] The scenery here is beautiful
[Interest] Very interesting
North Point is a promontory at the northern tip of Magerøya Island in North Point County (Nordkapp) in New Zealand. It is located at 71°N latitude, 25°40E longitude, 2102.3 kilometers from the North Pole. The 307-meter-high cliff on the coast is A plateau that cuts across the Precambrian sandstone layer, it is majestic and is often considered the northernmost of the European continent (Cape Nordkinn, Cape Nordkinn, at 71°8′2″ north latitude 80 kilometers east of the North Cape, is the real Europe The extreme north point of the continent. If divided geographically into Eurasia, the extreme north point is the Russian Cape Chelyuskin at 77°44′0″ north latitude).
North Point is a headland on the north coast of Auckland that leads to Waitemata Harbour, enjoying the most magnificent views of the harbour, bay islands and city. Here, you will also find the reason why Auckland is known as the "Capital of Thousand Sails". Ships of various sizes pass by in an endless stream.
North Point is also known for its splendid history. It was once a military fortress for Maori and European settlers, as well as a military stronghold during World War I and World War II. North Point is popular with local residents and tourists of all ages, and you will also enjoy an unforgettable travel experience here, including visiting tunnels, artillery positions and other military fortresses.
From 6:00 to 22:00, the vehicle entrance and exit gates close at 20:00, and the sidewalk closes at 22:00.
The North Point of Auckland is a very magnificent bay. There are dozens of small and large islands on the sea. The water here is very clear, the islands are desolate, undeveloped, and the scenery is very primitive and natural. You can take a boat to visit and dive in the sea between the islands. The underwater coral world is very beautiful.
It’s the most comfortable thing to be leisurely, and that’s it. I’m in a daze under the sun, look at the flowers and trees on the beach, taste the mint-flavored ice cream, and think about waiting for Chinese or Western food.