New Zealand's capital was originally located in Auckland, but moved to Wellington at the southern end of North Island in 1865. Today Auckland is still one of the most developed areas in New Zealand. It is also the hub of the South Pacific and the main place for passengers to enter and leave the country.
Butterfly Creek is a place your children can be entertained for hours! There's a train they can catch, a dinosaur park they can frolic in, a butterfly sanctuary where they can have butterflies land on them, farm animals to pet and feed, a playground to burn of some energy in - and best of all a reasonably priced cafe for the parents to relax in!
The playground is just beside the airport. There are many butterflies, which are suitable for younger children.
Butterfly Valley is not far from the airport. There is a good place for rope climbing.
Near the airport, there are many amusement themes in it, but unfortunately, it's not much fun to catch a plane.
Forest Park, comfortable environment, clean, super good air, very suitable for leisure exercise, no tickets, many locals and outsiders.