Welcome to OKCNZ Auckland!

Auckland is known as the “city of sails”. Imagine you are in a fashionable café enjoying a nicely roasted flat white coffee, looking out at the hundreds of sails waving in a fresh breeze over the shiny white sand beaches.

From the 360 degree view of the Sky Tower deck, you can see beautiful Waitemata (Sparkling Water) Harbour, thousands of old-fashioned houses and the inhabitants – Aucklanders.

Auckland is famous for being a true multi-cultural city. Based on English culture, it is however, mixed with many pacific island nations’ atmospheres and tastes of Asia.

People in Auckland love shopping, dining out and are crazy for sports. Yes, of course Rugby!

Take a short stroll from the central city, and you’ll find beautiful small suburbs like Parnell and Ponsonby that are really attractive for shop-and-wine-lovers.

Quality language schools and higher education institutions in Auckland attract many overseas students from all over the world.

If you like the great outdoors and love to see wild life, Auckland can still offer a lot.
The breath-taking gigantic Kauri tree forest near Auckland is well worth visiting. You can enjoy surfing, diving, trekking and whale watching. Whatever you want to do, you’ll find it in Auckland!

Auckland welcomes you anytime and promises you’ll never get bored!!

OKCNZ Auckland’s Support Centre and Staff

OKCNZ’s Auckland office is based in the absolutely best location, No 1 Queen Street. We’re right in front of the Britomart Station, the Ferry Building and the Down Town Shopping Centre.

The office building, HSBC House is a modern and luxurious building located Down Town and our office is on its 5th floor. The large office space provides a members lounge that has some free internet and drink services for OKC members.

Our notice boards are full of native information. Auckland’s staff are all Kiwi-Japanese. We are all bilingual and well-experienced service providers.

As your total NZ life advisor, we provide you with useful and practical services.


Rotorua is a region reknowned for geothermal activities where you can enjoy relaxing in hot springs. Here you can also experience the unique culture of Maori people. Understanding Maori culture makes your trip much more fun.

The day trip from Auckland to Rotorua is famous, but we recommend you stay at least one night so that you can take part in activities there. Enjoy a Maori concert and a delicious hangi dinner!

Where to visit and what to do in Rotorua:

  • Maori Concert
  • Sheep Show
  • Jet Boating
  • Rafting( Grade 5.7m falls)
  • Zorb
  • 4WD
  • Hot Springs
  • Thermal activities
  • Te Puia
  • Government Gardens
  • Museum
  • Lakeside walks
  • Skyline lunch
  • The Luge