The Senior Summer Interclub 2021/2022 Team have been entered into Tennis Auckland Players Hub. The draws will be available soon Interclub will be starting 4th September. Junior Coaching More info contact Nic Burnie at. firstname.lastname@example.org. Vets Tennis. Vets tennis each and every Friday from 9:00 to midday. All members and non-members are welcome.
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The flat 8.4km course starts at Quay Street in Auckland’s CBD and continues along Waitemata Harbour, finishing in St Heliers Bay. With an emphasis on fun, the course promises entertainment to cheer you on along the way and you can go as fast or as slow as you like.
AUK - SAP Tower, 151 Queen Street, Auckland AUK - Sel Peacock, 14/34 Sel Peacock Drive, Henderson Auckland AUK - Shipwright Lane, 2/16 Shipwright lane, Parnell, Auckland CBD
Situated 750 metres from Queen Street, The Quadrant Hotel & Suites Auckland features WiFi throughout the venue and parking area on site. Located off Queen Street Shopping District, the accommodation is set near the filled Albert Park. Countdown Auckland City is less than 0.2 km away. The centre of Auckland is 25 minutes’ walk from the property.
Set close to Queen Street, this accommodation boasts comfortable rooms along with a shared lounge, tea/coffee making facilities and a bar available onsite. The hotel offers a superb location about 20 km from Auckland airport and a few minutes’ walk from Britomart. Guests can get to Auckland city centre, which is 3 km away.
Situated in Auckland Central Business district, the venue is set 1 km from Auckland Town Hall. Guests will appreciate an ideal location in the vicinity of Queen Street. It is a 15-minute walk from the centre of Auckland.
A photographic history of late 1970s Auckland, starring shabby old Queen Street. Auckland in black and white always makes it look more interesting than it exists in its actuality of golden light and watery blue; it strips the city back, gives it substance. It's really the only way to look at the city during the years of punk and post-punk, 1979-1981, that brief, noisy period when teenagers from boring suburbs - Kohi, the Shore, Mt Roskill - set out to reclaim rock'n'roll, make it new, give ...
The venue is set in Auckland Central Business district, within easy reach of Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki. The accommodation is situated 3 km from Auckland city centre and 25 km from Auckland airport.