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Not to be confused with Oakland, California, in the US.
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Auckland is a metropolitan area in New Zealand.
Auckland may also refer to:
- Auckland City, the local government district of central Auckland until 2010
- Auckland Islands, a sub-Antarctic archipelago
- Auckland Island, the main island of the Auckland Islands
- Auckland Province, a former province
- Auckland Region, the local government region that includes the Auckland metropolitan area
- Auckland Council, the local government authority for the Auckland Region
- Auckland Park, a suburb of Johannesburg
- Mount Auckland or Hallasan, a peak on Jeju Island
United Kingdom and Ireland
- Auckland Castle, residence of the Bishop of Durham in Bishop Auckland
- Bishop Auckland, County Durham, England
- Auckland, Tulare County, California
- Auckland Colvin (1838–1908), British colonial administrator
- Auckland Geddes (1879–1954), British politician and diplomat
- Baron Auckland, a barony and earldom in the peerages of Ireland and of Great Britain
- George Auckland, British television executive
- James Auckland (born 1980), British tennis player
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