Travel Alerts

Beach Haven, Devonport, Half Moon Bay, Hobsonville Point, Waiheke Island

Long weekend travel during step 1 of alert level 3

A friendly reminder to all that Auckland remains in step 1 of alert level 3. Ferry travel is available to visit friends and whānau, to do exercise, sports or recreation outdoors. Recreational travel to Waiheke Island is not permitted. You can only travel to Waiheke Island for recreation if you are a resident on the island.

Ferry timetables remain unchanged until further notice, to view the timetables please click https://www.fullers.co.nz/covid-19-updates/covid-19-timetables/.

Please remember to wear your face mask or covering in ferry terminals and on board, scan in using the NZ COVID Tracer app, remain seated throughout your journey and be kind to our crew who are doing their best to sail safely.

Devonport

Downtown Ferry Terminal pier 2 temporary closure

From Monday 18 October to Monday 1 November, pier 2 in downtown Auckland is temporarily closing for essential maintenance.

While pier 2 is closed all sailings will operate from pier 4 which is just a short walk along Queens Wharf. There will be no timetable changes during this time

Bayswater, Beach Haven, Birkenhead, Devonport, Gulf Harbour, Half Moon Bay, Hobsonville Point, Te Onewa Northcote Point, Waiheke Island

COVID-19 alert level 3, step 1

While Auckland remains in step 1 of alert level 3 our ferry services continue to operate on reduced timetables. To view them, click here.

Recreational travel to Waiheke Island is not permitted. You can only travel to Waiheke Island for recreation if you are a resident on the island.

Please remember to wear your face mask or covering in ferry terminals and on board, scan in using the NZ COVID Tracer app, remain seated throughout your journey and be kind to our crew who are doing their best to sail safely.

For more information on ferry travel at step 1 of alert level 3, click here

COVID-19

COVID-19 alert level 3 – step 1

Auckland remains in step 1 of alert level 3. This means friends and whānau can reconnect and you can travel throughout the Auckland region to do exercise, sports or recreation outdoors, excluding Waiheke Island.

Recreational travel to Waiheke Island is not permitted. You can only travel to Waiheke Island for recreation if you are a resident on the island.

Ferry timetables remain unchanged until further notice, to view the timetables please click here.

Please remember to wear your face mask or covering in ferry terminals and on board, scan in using the NZ COVID Tracer app, remain seated throughout your journey and be kind to our crew who are doing their best to sail safely.

Beach Haven, Devonport, Half Moon Bay, Hobsonville Point, Waiheke Island

Pier changes during alert level 3

Please be advised due to the essential travel alert 3 timetables in place, sailings are departing and arriving at the following piers in downtown Auckland.

Pier 1 – Hobsonville Point and Beach Haven
Pier 2 - Devonport
Pier 3 – Half Moon Bay
Pier 11/12 – Waiheke Island

Ferry travel will remain available to those who need access to essential travel only, please remember to scan in using the NZ COVID Tracer app QR code posters. Friendly reminder that wearing a face mask or covering is mandatory on public transport for anyone aged over 12 years. It’s also now mandatory to wear your face mask or covering inside ferry terminals during alert level 3, so please remember to keep it on as you queue, board, and disembark from your sailing.

Please check the new timetables before travelling with us: https://fullers.co.nz/covid-19-updates/covid-19-timetables/

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