From Auckland’s rich history right through to the brand new developments of our fair city, your AFWT guide will walk and talk you through the changing ages of New Zealand’s largest metropolis.
-Please note that the tour has been temporarily closed for the Winter season from the 31st of May and will be opened up again in November 2016.
This tour includes:
Downtown — Britomart Transport Centre — Auckland Art Gallery — Albert Park — University of Auckland — Te Wero Bridge — Silo Park
“Walk This Way for a Great Walking Tour!”
Reviewed on May 31, 2016
Craig, our local guide, provided an excellent overview of Auckland and good information about NZ's history. The tour was planned to take two and a half hours, and was paced appropriately so visitors…
Reviewed on May 28, 2016
This tour gives a really good general view about Auckland, and helps to understand a little bit more about New Zealand culture and history.
“Great walking tour!”
Reviewed on May 26, 2016
Excellent guide, the tour gives an interesting view of the city central and also a bit of NZ history! Good place to meet new people and start your trip in Auckland.
The walk leaves from the Queens Wharf Village (89 Quay Street), look for the bright blue umbrella!
Things to note
-The tour has been temporarily closed for the Winter season from the 31st of May and will be opened up again in November 2016.
Auckland Free Walking Tours is really, truly a social enterprise, which means we really, truly do this because we’re just that passionate about showing visitors our weird and wonderful city. That’s what inspired the creation of AFWT, and that’s what our motivation will always be.
But we do also live in the real world, with real running costs, and real tour guides to pay. To make these ends meet, AFWT does encourage all our happy customers to offer their guide a ‘koha’ (gift, donation, contribution) at the end of the tour. Your koha will go directly back into our collective, so that we can pay our awesome guides to keep showing off our awesome city.