Welcome to Auckland 101



Photo: Kip Brook - Make Lemonade


Photo: Kip Brook - Make Lemonade

Photo: Russell Ord

Welcome to Auckland 101

The Auckland 101 community project has been established to support the locally owned businesses in our region along with the many wonderful communities, charities, clubs and events that make our place such a fabulous place to live.

To our locals - we hope you find our collective a economical resource to help you promote your business, event, club or charity. The concept is simple by working as a collective we build great content to share and generate the funds to help effectively help our region grow and succeed.

To our visitors - "Haere Mai' welcome to our stunning region.  We offer some of the countries most wonderful townships, people, attractions for you to take in and enjoy.  Auckland is New Zealand's biggest city with over 2/3rds of Kiwis living within two hours of our beautiful "City of Sails" and through this site we hope to help you discover all you need to have a wonderful stay with us.

Our content is driven by community minded people who share passion for our region - we acknowledge, and thank all of you who choosed to support or contribute to this project.

Auckland101 is a proud member of The Kiwi Business Network

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