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99 Motions Road, Western Springs, Auckland 1022
(09) 360 3805
"The staff are terrific and helpful. The zoo is full of wonder and amazement, children had the most fantastic time"
Wattle Downs, Manurewa, Manukau, Auckland
(09) 266 4584
"Richard called back the evening I left my message, arrived on time, and his fee was very reasonable!"
"Thanks for the excellent service. Richard came around at short notice and his service was impeccable. I would recommend him to anyone needing electrical work. Thanks for your work Richard - much appreciated and I was impressed with the documentation too - electrical certificate of compliance etc. Keep up the good work. I will be in touch for more upgrades soon!"
Corner of Kitchener and Wellesley Streets, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
(09) 307 7700
"Commonly known as ukiyo-e (pictures of the floating world), these distinctive colour woodblock prints are among the most popular of all Japanese works of art. The carefully composed images reveal the fleeting beauty and refined pleasures of Japanese society in the last century of the Edo Period (1603-1868) when that country was largely closed to the outside world. Comprising six themes from the repertoire of Japanese graphic artists, this exhibition explores images of tranquil landscapes and fierce battles, skillful actors and renowned beauties. From the natural world to the contrived splendour of the Yoshiwara pleasure-district, each print reveals an aspect of the culture of a lost world. 10 May - 30 September 2014 Mezzanine level corridor - free entry"
"What better way to celebrate the beginning of spring than re-visiting one of New Zealand's best galleries. The Toi Aotearoa exhibition begins on September 3 and you’ll be able to see works from artists like Ralph Hotere, Colin McCahon and Goldie. Seeing this array of incredible NZ artists all under one roof will certainly put a spring in your step! "
22 The Promenade, Takapuna, Auckland
(09) 484 0002
"This cafe has consistently great food and service. However the queue for the ice cream store is starting to get out of control. The selection is just too good!"
"Outstanding outlook, fabulous food, superior service - if only they were allowed to sell wine they'd be the perfect place :-) #shoutme"
447 Mount Eden Road, Mount Eden, Auckland
(09) 623 3833
"My ‘go to’ place for brunch or lunch if I’m in the city. Always fab food and coffee and excellent staff who cope wonderfully well under pressure! #blackmores"
507 New North Road, Kingsland, Auckland 1021
(09) 845 5321
"With a name like "The Fridge Cafe" I just had to check this place out! It's choice as mate :D Pie changes you. :D"
"The pies are amazing and totally worth it if your wanting something a bit gormet. Great salads too, not to mention atmosphere and service."
65 Upper Queen Street, Eden Terrace, Auckland 1010
86 Federal St, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
(09) 363 7048
"I first found out about the Depot through my very first Auckland's taste festival experience. As a true kiwi girl from the far north I am a seafood lover from way back with a big love of food. I stumbled across the Depot tent at the festival and the first thing I gravitated towards was the delicious and amazing oysters! Amazingly fresh with a tangy it took me back to the days of going and picking them with my dad from our local wharf as a kid. Needless to say I used most of my crowns(coupons to purchase food and drinks) on the Depot tent I was addicted. After that fish sliders, Warahou tortilla’s I was in Heaven. I have been to a lot of restaurants in Auckland city but the Depot for me is the ultimate dinner it has the most amazing food and not just that it has great chefs and service also great selection of beer and wine and even if you are not a seafood lover Al brown and his crew have made a menu to satisfy all so If I was you I would book a table and try it out I promise you will not be disappointing."
23 Britomart Place, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010
Auckland, Auckland Central, Auckland 1011
"i like the variety of choices and the Asian food! I sometimes miss asian food because I'm staying in a hall of residence for uni."
113-117 Felton Matthew Avenue, Glen Innes, Auckland
(09) 528 2145
"Been there about 4 times in just 3 months now, and have never been disappointed! Their chicken club sanwich burger is made with whole chicken breast fillet, with lots of salad and sauce so its not too dry. Their burgers are also quite big so you're always really full by the time you finish. Combo was $10 which came with refillable drink and skin-on fries, which is better than paying $16+ at Burger Fuel for pretty much the same thing. Their portobello mushroom burger is really good too, which really gave what the name suggests- heaps of mushrooms in the burger! Haven't tried their breakfast menu but heard its pretty good. Their cookies and cream thickshake is my favourite though! "
805 Great North Road, Western Springs, Auckland 1022
(0800) 668 2869
"Have you ever solved a problem by inventing something useful? MOTAT’S September Holiday Experience will help you do just that! Invention Nation will guide kids through the five stages of inventing; from the Idea, Design, Prototype, Testing, to Refining. Find information about famous Kiwi inventors, our latest Exhibition - Welcome to the Machine - plus design your own contraption in your very own Invention Journal! Each activity will have your brain buzzing and your creative juices flowing. Kids will get the chance to: Sort It: you’re starving but sand has gotten into your only food. What invention will best sort out your food from the sand? Bridge It: you’re stranded and need to get to the other side, but there’s no way across. Can you invent a bridge to get you there? Launch It: invent a launcher to fight through the targets! Grab It: there’s dangerous toxic acid. Grab it and move it out of harm’s way. PLUS, using the classic tradition of the Rube Goldberg machine, help us build a massive marble moving machine! Construct your tile and then add it to the wall to expand the machine. Be sure to keep checking throughout the holidays to see how the machine is growing. With plenty of challenges that will light up your imagination, MOTAT is the place to be these school holidays! Dates: 27 September – 12 October 2014 from 10am – 5.00pm daily Cost: $40 Family Pass (2 adults, 4 children) $16 Adults $8 Students with ID/children 5-16yrs Free children under 5 and SuperGold Card Holders"
"Inspired my son with the amazing technology, old and new. When he was small, we visited almost weekly! #darkhorse"
106 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby, Auckland 1011
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