indexed street plan of Auckland (New Zealand's capital) with its inner suburbs published by ITMB at scale 1 : 12,500. On the reverse is an indexed map of the North Island and the northern tip of the South Island at 1:950,000. Terrain mapping and places of interest are highlighted. Also included are small insets with New Zealandâs offshore islands : Antipodes, Auckland, Bounty, Campbell and Chatham.
Expressway, Ferry Wharf, Park, Attactions, Market, Accommodation, Hospital, Church, Post Office, Point of Interest, Museum, University, Airbus route, Gas Station, etc.
Auckland is one of the most attractive cities to visit, and Auckland is the normal point of entry to the island nation. The City of Auckland is the largest in the country and offers a wide range of attractions. That said, one of the best is to enjoy the harbour front on a sunny day and enjoy seeing ferries bustling in and out, taking passengers to such exotic local destinations as Half Moon Bay, Great Barrier Island, or Devonport. Better still, take one of the ferries yourself! The city centre is quite compact and easily walkable, and the suburban rail line can easily take one to nearby destinations. The true value of the map is its other side, covering the north island in excellent detail. From the far north at Cape Reinga to Wellington in the far south, the northernmost major island that makes up New Zealand is a treat to discover. Good quality roads enable one to explore the island at will and enjoy such attractions as Mount Maunganuiis, Tongariro Alpine Crossing, or the Coromandel Peninsula. A newish attraction that is well-worth a visit is the Hobbiton Movie set, where the Lord of the Rings trilogy was shot. A good inset map of Wellington is also included.