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Arataki Visitor Centre

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Address: 300 Scenic Drive | Titirangi, Waitakere City, Auckland 2004, New Zealand
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Phone: +64 9-817 0077

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Feel the baptism brought by the most primitive nature. Speaking of New Zealand, I think the most famous city is Auckland, but when I really came here, I realized that there are few attractions in Auckland and there is nothing to do. Fortunately, I made it before departure. Two-handed preparation. During the seven-day holiday, a backup attraction-Arataki Visitor Centre was arranged. Although it is a backup, it brings us a very pleasant experience. The park landscape where the Arataki Visitor Centre is located: When it comes to Arataki Visitor Centre, one has to say the art village of Arataki. It is precisely because of this art village that Arataki is used as the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park for tourists to navigate tourist center. Entering the park, it really feels beautiful. I can feel the natural atmosphere that has not been over-exploited. The whole park is full of tall silver fern trees. I heard that silver fern is the national flower of New Zealand and a symbol of this country. . On the landscape avenue in the park, you will see many brown signs indicating Arataki Centre. The local tour guide told us that seeing this kind of brown sign means that this is a tourist area. Later, Baidu checked it and found that this regulation is international Conventions. Learn about New Zealand’s natural history at the Alataki Visitor Center: The Alataki Visitor Center is the best starting point for all local attractions. It is only a 25-minute drive from Auckland. The visitor center at the top of the mountain also has a lot of Maori sculptures. During the visit, there is a patron saint 11 meters high, and the exquisite carvings are breathtaking. Ascending to the top of the mountain, you can overlook the panoramic view of the forest and the ocean. I feel that every breath is refreshing. I don't want to go for a long time. In addition, there will be a lot of introductions about New Zealand’s natural history in the visitor center, and it is worth taking the time to learn about it~

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