Travel Alerts

Te Onewa Northcote Point

Northcote Point Service Update- Saturday 4th December 2021

Please be advised due to the weather conditions the Northcote Point wharf has been closed and all Northcote point sailings are cancelled until further notice. 

We apologise for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience. 

Auckland City, Waiheke Island

Fullers360 resumes sailings for visitors to Waiheke Island

From Friday, 3 December visitor sailings to Waiheke Island will resume as the border lifts and New Zealand moves to the COVID-19 traffic light system.

In the Red phase of the Traffic Light System passengers over 12 years old may be required to present a vaccine pass, vaccine exemption or a negative COVID-19 test before visiting Waiheke Island. To find out more about vaccine passes and our services: https://fullers.co.nz/customer-updates/customer-updates/fullers360-introduces-vaccine-guidance/

COVID-19

Traffic Light System – Red (Rangitoto Island, Rotoroa Island, Tiritiri Matangi Island, Waiheke Island and Fullers360 experiences and tours)

Auckland is in the Red phase of the Traffic Light System. This means passengers over 12 years old may be asked to present a vaccine pass, exemption or a negative COVID-19 test when travelling to Rangitoto Island, Rotoroa Island, Tiritiri Matangi Island, Waiheke Island, and for all Fullers360 experiences and tours. To find out more about vaccine passes and our services click here.

Please note there is no requirement to show a vaccine pass, vaccine exemption or present a negative COVID-19 test on public transport services to Half-Moon Bay, Bayswater, Beach Haven, Birkenhead, Devonport, Gulf Harbour, Hobsonville Point, Te Onewa-Northcote Point. Waiheke residents must present a resident card as proof of residence, in line with the existing resident’s lane program.

Please remember to wear your face mask or covering in ferry terminals and on board, scan in using the NZ COVID Tracer app and have your vaccine pass ready if asked.

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