Auckland Education and Training
Auckland has two huge harbours enfolding an environment that's alive with cultural excitement and sea-flavoured challenges. Auckland is New Zealand's largest city. Auckland education centres and training schools cater to a wide range of interests, languages and career opportunities. Training schools and education centres in Auckland provide quality education, excellent study opportunities and great support services.
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Mobile-friendly - An adventure and playing field in the heart of the forest. A test against gravity, balance and agility. A fun and exciting entertainment option for the whole family or as part of a group. Each park has several levels of difficulty allowing for a different experience of pleasures, emotions and challenges.
Mobile-friendly - Haka Educational Tours are experienced in offering customised journeys for student groups. We take our role very seriously and are Qualmark, and Tourism industry endorsed. Learning through experiences has long been established as an effective learning method. Experiencing the best that NZ has to offer in its scenery, culture and history allows for the very best of experiential learning.
Mobile-friendly - JR Coachlines Tours & Charters is a Waiuku based Bus company catering for School, Sports teams, Social Groups and Airport Shuttle Services. They provide an airport transfer service for big or small groups within the Franklin district, local tours such as the Awhitu Peninsula, Lighthouse, and Awhitu Wines.
Step aboard 'French Connection' and learn to sail in luxury on a modern 32' Beneteau yacht. Sail among the 50 idyllic islands that make up Auckland's Waitemata Harbour and Hauraki Gulf. RYA Courses for beginners to advanced. Gain an international qualification. Learning to sail is made easy with a variety of options. Half and full-day charters are also available.
Mobile-friendly - One of Auckland's most popular and best loved attractions where you can experience the unique wonders of NZ's night sky through telescopes and Planetarium shows. Prepare to be amazed as your guide takes you on an unforgettable tour of our universe. Planetarium shows run every night Wednesday to Sunday and weekend afternoons. Evening shows include courtyard telescope viewing (weather permitting).
Be inspired, view 100 million dollars worth of heritage collections featuring rare books and manuscripts dating from the 12 century, plus New Zealand ephemera, manuscripts, historic maps and photos.
AUT is New Zealands most contemporary university, with a unique profile reflecting our history and innovative approaches to teaching, learning and research. Many of our students are now climbing career ladders in the airline, hotel, restaurant and tourism industries. Youll be learning from the best and developing top-level skills that open employment doors worldwide.
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