This year we’ve had lots of overseas visitors, which means we’ve been reacquainting ourselves with the sights around Auckland.
The city of Auckland is built on on a field of volcanoes, and Rangitoto Island is the youngest one – a mere 600 years-old. The island is pest-free (a big deal for our native bird populations) and is a short ferry ride from the central city.
The fascinating thing is that the silhouette of Rangitoto looks the same, no matter which part of the city you’re viewing it from.
These photos were taken on different days, from different parts of the city.
We didn’t have time to do the walk to the summit, but if you visit Auckland for a few days, I highly recommend it since the walks are easy and the view back to the city is beautiful.
For more information on island walks and details of travel to the island check out the Rangitoto Govt site.