As a result of the Downtown Ferry Terminal project coming to completion this July, a number of pier and timetable changes are coming into effect from Monday, 5 July.
This is the biggest upgrade to Auckland’s ferry infrastructure and passenger services in more than a century to meet Auckland’s transport needs now and into the future.
Included in the completed works are six new piers (piers 4-9) on Queens Wharf which has prompted a new numbering system from Auckland Transport.
The below table shows the new pier names and pier changes for Fullers360 services:
|Destination||Old Pier||New Pier|
|Bayswater, Birkenhead and Te Onewa Northcote Point||Pier 1A||Pier 1||Unchanged location, just renamed|
|Devonport||Pier 1B||Pier 2||Unchanged location, just renamed|
|Half Moon Bay||Pier 1C||Pier 5 & 6 - weekdays
Pier 1 - weekends
|Hobsonville Point and Beach Haven||Pier 4E||Pier 7 – weekdays
Pier 3 - weekends
|Gulf Harbour||Pier 4E||Pier 8|
|Waiheke||Piers 2B and 2C||Piers 11 and 12||Unchanged location, just renamed|
|Coromandel, Rotoroa, Tiritiri Matangi and Rangitoto||Pier 4E||Pier 13||Unchanged location, just renamed|
Renamed piers in downtown Auckland:
As a result of the six new piers opening, the following timetable changes with additional services will also come into effect on 5 July:
For more information on these changes please visit Auckland Transport’s website at: https://at.govt.nz/bus-train-ferry/service-announcements/ferry-service-changes-from-monday-5-july-2021/ or to view Auckland Transport's timetables visit this link: https://at.govt.nz/bus-train-ferry/timetables/#ferry.
Please remember to check the timetables and plan your journey before you travel and please remember to wear a mask or face covering, scan in using the NZ COVID Tracer app, keep at a safe distance, be kind and if you’re unwell please - stay home.
See you on the water.