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What are the top tips for travelling with children to Auckland?

Visit the Stardome

The Stardome is a fun spot to check out when you book Adelaide to Auckland flights with kids. It’s an observatory and planetarium located beside the popular One Tree Hill landmark. There are galleries and exhibits about different space-related topics, and entry is only $2 NZD for adults and $1 NZD for children. You can also catch a show in the Planetarium theatre about subjects like black holes, stars, and astronauts.

Plan a day at Silverdale Adventure Park

If you’ll be heading into the northern suburbs while holidaying on cheap flights Adelaide to Auckland, spend some time at Silverdale Adventure Park. It has rides and activities ranging from moderate to high-thrill, so there’s something for kids of all ages. Head downhill on a luge ride, go zip lining, or see a film at the 7D immersive cinema. Silverdale Adventure Park is located about 30 minutes’ drive north of the city and could be combined into a day trip with other North Shore spots like Okura Bush Scenic Reserve and Browns Bay Beach when you book flights Adelaide to Auckland.

Learn something new at the New Zealand Maritime Museum

The New Zealand Maritime Museum is a popular attraction to visit when you book cheap flights to Auckland from Adelaide. It’s located in the CBD between Princes Wharf and Viaduct Harbour. Inside, visitors can look through exhibits exploring the many ways the ocean has influenced New Zealand trade, immigration, and Maori culture. You could even join onto a sailing tour of the harbour on a heritage boat if you wanted to get out onto the water while holidaying on Adelaide to Auckland flights.

 

What are the best restaurants and cafes in Auckland?

The French Cafe

The French Cafe is owned by well-known local chef and restaurateur Sid Sahrawat. His menu is a contemporary take on traditional French fine dining. Dine at French Cafe in between your Adelaide to Auckland return flights to have the option of ordering à la carte or from multi-course tasting menus. Plan an evening at the French Cafe while holidaying on Adelaide to Auckland flights for dishes like veal tartare, roasted quail, butternut tortellini, and cured kingfish with oysters.

O’Connell Street Bistro

If you’re looking to have a special meal while holidaying on flights Adelaide to Auckland, O’Connell Street Bistro is the place to go. The menu is centred around modern NZ cuisine with influences from traditional European dining. Try dishes like confit duck leg with potato gnocchi, house-smoked salmon with watermelon gazpacho, and twice-baked parmesan souffle with candied walnuts. If you can’t narrow your choice down to just one dish, you could also opt for the seven-course tasting menu with optional wine pairings.

Rad Cafe

Rad Cafe is a chic spot tucked into the Mount Eden suburb. It’s here that you can find some of the best coffee in Auckland, and you can even buy a bag of Rad’s own blend of coffee beans to take home. The cafe has a nice outdoor terrace where you could sit with a coffee and a meal if the sun is out. Head to Rad for brunch in between your Adelaide to Auckland return flights to try their amazing coffee and dishes like grilled polenta with truffle mushrooms or vermicelli noodles with beef and lemongrass.

 

When is the best time to visit Auckland?

Summer is the most popular time to book tickets to Auckland from Adelaide due to beautiful weather. Daytime temperatures reach about 24°C between December and February with little rain. The combination of nice weather and school holidays make summer the busiest time to travel on cheap flights to Auckland from Adelaide. Reserve accommodation early for the best prices if you book flights Adelaide to Auckland during this peak season.

You could also make the most of nice weather by booking cheap flights Adelaide to Auckland on either side of summer. Late spring and early autumn are sunny with daytime temperatures of about 18 to 21°C – perhaps not hot enough for the beach but perfect for talking long walks outside. As these seasons avoid the peak summer influx, you may also find better deals on hotels if you book autumn or spring flights into Auckland Airport (AKL).

If you’re after a bargain and chilly weather doesn’t bother you, consider booking tickets to Auckland from Adelaide for a winter break. Rain and cloudy weather are fairly common in winter, but there are sunny days too. Daytime temperatures average about 14°C and dip to around 7°C at night. Winter attracts fewer tourists, so hotels tend to lower their rates between June and August. This means you’ll find great deals when you travel on cheap flights to Auckland from Adelaide in winter. 

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