Answer 1 of 3: We're travelling to Auckland for 5 days for a wedding, and would love to take the kids somewhere to see snow if we can. While snow is not uncommon in April, snow generally starts falling by the end of autumn in May and continues to fall throughout winter in June, July, and August. however, last year new zealand had a massive snow fall and auckland got its frist taste of 'snow' or should i say sleet, since 1973. It snows mid-winter every few years. Auckland enjoys warm, rather dry summers and mild, wet winters. Ski Auckland and you will never want to leave or ski anywhere else! Here is a look at 10 of the best things to do in the city during your stay there.

Auckland skiing and snowboarding directory, New Zealand. To add to someone's helpful answer above, It is snowing today in North Auckland, and was a few days ago. We are planning to go on a holiday with our parents to Auckland on September.

Favourite spots include Wynyard Quarter, the Viaduct Harbour, the Britomart precinct and City Works Depot. We know it’s a squeeze at times to get everyone in, so on some nights we have priced our Night Promotions to reflect this. Wicked specials all week long! It snows mid-winter every few years. Final words on the seven best places to see snow. Answer 1 of 17: Hi all!

The last months in which snow falls are September and October. Wonder if it is snowing by that time. From Taupo heading south, it is very easy to detour to Whakapapa village on Mt Ruapehu to enjoy the snow, or detour at the southern end of Tongariro NP to enjoy the snow at Turoa skifield. There is sufficient accommodation around the northern slopes of Ruapehu in Turangi/Tokaanu, Whakapapa and National Park villages. And once we’ve answered your questions on what to do in Auckland in winter, all you have to do is book a trip and go experience it all for yourself. On August 15, Aucklanders were shocked to find themselves in the midst of a snow flurry on Queen St in central Auckland while Bombay Primary students made the most of the unusual occurrence at school.

10 Things You Must Do In Auckland in Winter. It does not snow in Auckland.

It does not snow in Auckland. It does not snow in Auckland.

We're travelling to Auckland for 5 days for a wedding, and would love to take the kids somewhere to see snow if we can. So get your mates together, grab your skis or snowboard and head for the slopes. Auckland's subtropical climate is characterized by warm, humid summers and cool, wet winters. The climate is comfortable all year round except in the summer months when a combination of heat and humidity can lead to some rather sticky days and nights. To add to someone's helpful answer above, It is snowing today in North Auckland, and was a few days ago. We are planning to go on a holiday with our parents to Auckland on September.

Enjoy fantastic scenery, fresh soft snow, great trails, jumps and runs and a great range of skiing and snowboarding facilities. Auckland is a shopaholic's paradise, with everything from top-end designers to open air street markets. To add to someone's helpful answer above, It is snowing today in North Auckland, and was a few days ago. Dear members I am enjoying life in NZ after one year I wonder whether you know the closest location to Auckland in which I can appreciate the snow. All reviews snow planet snow tubing two hours magic carpet snowboard lesson gear skiing beginners tubes clothing skills grabone teaching GymJunkie66 wrote a review Mar 2020 Auckland Central, New Zealand 139 contributions 19 helpful votes Wonder if it is snowing by that time.

It does not snow in Auckland. In winter, temperatures are slightly cooler, averaging 59 degrees Fahrenheit (15 degrees Celsius) in July. We'll have a car, and a few days free.Don't need skiing or anything exciting, they're only 4 and 1 and the 4 year old just really really wants to see and play in snow. I now that drive from Auckland to Ohakune takes around 5 hours I read that Ohakune has plenty of snow until 21st October Do you know another … yes it does snow, but it does depend where you go. Auckland sits on a latitude of 36.5 degrees South. For your ski or snowboard vacation, come to Auckland, New Zealand. We don't have many days (from Friday to Sunday only) so we prefer not spending many hours driving.