Victoria ParkCurrently Open
- Address: 203-271 Victoria St W, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Walking Area, Family And Kids
Opened in the early 20th century, the Victoria Park was originally landscaped to host sports events. Today, the park’s old tress that line its open spaces, sheer greenery and pathways that are shaded by trees with plenty of benches to sit on and watch people go by, is what holds its charm. A walk here is relaxing while recreational photographers can spend a few hours here capturing the simple elegance of the park.
- By Bus: Opposite Victoria Park Markets
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car.
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A very tidy park, great for a walk, some parts shaded by mature trees. Minor rutting in the grass in places - watch your footing. Skate park and basketball areas being used for leisure activities. Motorway running across the park on the viaduct doesn't detract from the park amenities.
Huge park to play sports. Nice children's play area also present. Children of all ages can play here. Adults also enjoy playing cricket, football and rugby here. Club matches also happens here. Walking and running track surrounds the park. Marathon events also takes place here. There is skating and basketball court adjacent to the park.
Great location in the heart of the city! One of our favorite parks in the city. Kids play area is the best! They have lot of activities to train fine motor skills. Boot camps are so regular on site. Walking track is a great one to burn some calories. Basket ball court and skateboard park are also available. Many areas of seating around the park - under the shade or sun. Well maintained park. Toilets are available as well.
Victoria Park is a splendid place. There you can look at trees, grass, tourists and a statue of Queen Victoria herself. Don't let the statue fool you however. The park was actually founded by Sir Queen Victoria esq. He was a rival of captain Cook and was actually the first European man to find New Zealand. Naturally he found the park and named it after himself, but later people who arrived believed it to be named after Queen Victoria, not Queen Victoria who had discovered it. This causes outrage from Queen Victoria who confronted Queen Victoria about the Queen Victoria situation. From this Queen Victoria had Queen Victoria beheaded and had a statue of Queen Victoria erected. Here is a picture of the erection (_)_)=============D~~~~~~~~~
Lots & lots of open space. A cool basketball court & a skating rink. The park is filled with sports enthusiasts everyday. There's something for everybody. Great place to be outdoors. Highly recommended. People play football, rugby here. There's a kid play area. Toilets & drinking water also available. Love to visit this place often.