Albert Park, Auckland

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About Albert Park, Auckland

Albert Park, Auckland - Address

Address: Bowen Ln, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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Park, Walking Area, Statue, Cafe, Family And Kids, Fountain

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Located close to the Trish Clark Gallery and a flood of cafes, the Albert Park is a relaxing green space at the heart of the city. The flower beds with pedestrian streets that are loved for their minimalistic elegance, are perfect to take a walk around as you sip on your favourite coffee.

Highlights of the park include the fountain, a floral clock feature, a rotunda and statues of Queen Victoria and Sir George Grey that standout from the surrounding green landscape.

Albert Park Opening and Closing Hours

  • The place has pedestrian access 24/7.

How To reach Albert Park by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Waterloo Quadrant
  • By Train: Britomart
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car.

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  • I love Albert Park! I have bootcamp here in the mornings with a beautiful sunrise. Everything is always super tidy and clean. It’s honestly the best park on Auckland. So refreshing to go and read a book here.

  • Fave of travellers, locals and students alike. Flower beds are always well maintained and sometimes you might happen across mini music festivals in the student end of the park purely by accident.

  • Albert Park is one of the oldest parks in Auckland and shows its age with well established trees and spotted with statues and fountains. It has good views of Auckland City, very popular and close to Queen St and University. The Only thing it doesn’t have is a playground for Kids.

  • A haven of peace and flowers in a busy city centre. Very steep paths and steps so not for the faint hearted.

  • It's nice even in the rain. Amazingly huge and twisted trees, never seen those in Europe.

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