Auckland sprawls over a narrow isthmus between the sparkling waters of the Waitemata and Manukau
Harbours. It is one of the few cities in the world to have harbours on two separate major bodies
Auckland Port is an arm of the Hauraki Gulf, which extends west from the end of the Rangitoto
Channel. The Auckland Harbour Bridge extends over the harbour and connects the center of Auckland
City with the North Shore.
There are numerous hotels in close vicinity to
Queens Wharf .
Auckland Waterfront Apartment Accommodation
23/145 Quay Street, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
0800 287 338
21/147 Quay Street, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
(09) 978 2000
Copthorne Hotel Auckland Harbour City
196-200 Quay Street, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
(09) 377 0349
The Sebel Suites Auckland
85/89 Customs St W, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
(09) 978 4000
Q: Am I able to drive onto Queens Wharf terminal?
A: Yes, public access to the wharf is permitted. There will be traffic control in place and you will be given directions on where to pick up / drop off your passengers. There is limited car parking on Princes Wharf and we recommend that you do avoid parking here. There are public parking facilities available at the Downtown car park, Viaduct car park, and Britomart car park. It is best that you park and walk to meet passengers who will be at the passenger exit/entry point.
Q: Is there long term parking available on Queens Wharf?
A: There is no long term parking available on Queens Wharf.
Q: Is there long term parking available on Princes Wharf?
A: There is no long term parking available on Princes Wharf.
Q: Are friends and family allowed to come on deck for a look while the ship is docked?
A: Unfortunately only ticket holders will be allowed to board the cruise ship.
Q: Can you watch the ship depart?
A: Yes, friends and family can view the ship departing from the wharf. Use the public areas on Princes Wharf and along Quay Street near the Ferry Terminal, you will have good views of the ship departing.
Q: Where can I rent a car?
A: If you can´t catch the bus, or convince family or friends to take you to the wharf, you can rent a car or call a Taxi.