Auckland

Auckland, New Zealand

With a population of 1.45 million people, roughly one third of New Zealand's entire population reside in Auckland. The water's never far away, with beautiful west-coast surf beaches and the Hauraki Gulf at its doorstep, where large number of yachts grace the Waitemata Harbour. An hour away from the city lies dense tracts of rainforest, thermal springs, wineries and wildlife reserves. The city has attracted a sizeable population of Asians and Pacific Islanders in recent years, and the city is as multi-cultural as it gets.

Auckland is generally a fairly safe place to visit for women digital nomads but it pays to keep your wits about you if you're walking alone late at night.

The best times to visit Auckland are April and October. These shoulder months offer pleasant temperatures and thin tourist crowds. Expect higher prices and crowd during the peak season (November through March), but you'll also luxuriate in the sunshine. The city of sails is in full outdoors mode in January with lots of events, festivals with great city beaches packed with sun-seekers.

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Coworking Spaces in Auckland

The Icehouse

The Icehouse

117, 125 St Georges Bay Rd

Bizdojo

BizDojo Co.Space

155B Karangahape Road

Generator

Generator

22 Customs St E

Movers and Shakers

Movers and Shakers

10 Customs Street East, Britomart

GridAKL

GridAKL

101 Pakenham St W

Share Space

Share Space

6 Ward Street, New Lynn

Cafes with wifi

Don't want to work at a coworking space? Check out these cafes with wifi instead.

Places to exercise

Nike+ Studio

Nike+ Training Club

Join the free group classes at Nike+ Studio. You are required to pre-register to hold your spot at the NTC sessions.

Stand Up Paddling

Stand Up Paddling

Mission Bay is the home of stand up paddle boarding in Auckland. The beautiful sandy beach is just 10 minutes from the heart of Auckland CBD.

Yoga Auckland

East West Yoga

Be forward-folding and backward-bending in no time.