Overview

As we approach the cooler months, we will be reverting our timetables back to visitor off-peak season schedules to reflect the tapering off in visitation numbers.

Waiheke
From Tuesday, 6 April, after the Easter long weekend, Waiheke sailings will operate on the visitor off-peak season timetable. The changes are the same as the visitor off-peak season timetable that was introduced last year and will continue to provide significant support and frequency to Waiheke passengers.

We take our role seriously as a lifeline to Waiheke and will continue to provide Waiheke passengers with adequate frequency, including 30-minute sailings during the peak commute times between 7am - 9am from Waiheke to Auckland.

Seasonal transitions happen routinely each year and reflect the peak visitation demand often experienced over summer. This timetable provides significant support and public transport availability to the Waiheke community, while also recognising the tapering off in visitation numbers during the off-peak season months.

Check out the Waiheke timetable, effective from 6 April below:

Commuter routes
Devonport, Birkenhead, Te Onewa Northcote Point, Bayswater, Beach Haven, Hobsonville, Gulf Harbour and Half Moon Bay will remain unchanged and run on their usual schedules.

Tourism routes

  • Rangitoto will move to the visitor off-peak season timetable from Monday, 3 May with daily sailings to from Auckland.
  • Tiritiri Matangi will also move to the visitor off-peak season from Monday, 3 May with weekend only sailings every Saturday and Sunday.

Kiwis will continue to be able to access discounts with Fullers360 packages during the off-peak season with exciting products available such as Winter Wine & Dine, Explorer Hop On, Hop Off and Explorer Plus packages.

For more information on all Fullers360 timetables please visit fullers.co.nz/timetables-and-fares/

Please remember to check the timetables and plan your journey before you travel and please remember to wear a mask or face covering, keep at a safe distance, be kind and if you’re unwell please - stay home.

See you on the water.

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