During Auckland’s November it’s spring, mostly it rains, showers, and during the night sky in observations is mostly driest part of the watching starry objects in the duration of seven in the evening to ten thirty at night, where else after it’s the summer night sky constellations are arising from the east such as Orion, Canis Major, Taurus. In mostly the Southern Cross gets very low plus the wintery constellations, Sagittarius, Scorpios also the view of the center of the Milky way gets very low at that point also.
Looking out in the Auckland’s distances from Manukau, Waitematā to the Hobson harbour. In between the view looking out to Onehunga, Mount Roskill, Avondale, Glen Eden, Grey Lynn and Point Chevalier. Out in the very distances you’ll see the Waitakere ranges then onwards to a perilous but adventurous beach naming Phia.