The northernmost corner of New Zealand is the Maori road to paradise. The blue sky and white clouds are beautiful. There are many remaining forts and tunnels on the mountain. Below are the quiet naval harbors, which are longing for across the sea from the busy Auckland city.
North Point is a small island formed by a previous volcanic eruption. It is on the side of the waterway, which has very important strategic significance. The waterway crosses the headland and leads to the interior of the harbor. It has been a tightly guarded fortress for many years, but now it has become a tourist attraction. The old forts and underground tunnels have been renovated so that they can enter the tunnels with flashlights. There are many ideal picnic spots on the verdant hillside, where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the city, the harbour and the islands of Horaki Bay.
Finally, to the end of the world feeling, in front of the vast South Pacific, ears only the waves beating steep cliffs, lonely.
Next to Hong Kong's Largest Central Green Square, Hong Kong's Largest Central Green Square
Because on the north coast of Auckland, it's very quiet, you can see the whole view of the bay, and there's a beautiful lighthouse here. At night, it feels very special. It's like an inspiration star, constantly leading the ships at sea. The scenery is wonderful.
The topography of the North Point is a plateau that cuts across the Precambrian sandstone beds, with a cliff on the coast and an elevation of 307 meters. The North Point is also famous for the extreme daytime in summer, and many cruise ships have come to see the wonders of the extreme daytime. The rare midnight sun gently dyes the sky orange. The sea and the sky blend into a quiet picture.