An old building with beautiful architectural glory. It serves well as a directional point of reference for ferry passenger to go to the right spot. An interesting mix in the surrounding of modern structures.
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This is nice example of the old architecture of the city. At the ferry terminal, this building shows off how the city used to be, and it’s affluence. Good for photos, good for those looking for historic Auckland, and good for those exploring the port...More
You will see this building if you go to waterfront anyway. We did not go inside or did not take a tour, but the building itself had a nice orange-ish color. There was a very good ice cream place in the vicinity that offered very...More
My daughter and I enjoy traveling together, a couple of years ago we had an opportunity to go to this gorgeous country. The Ferry Building and its surroundings makes for a great walk.
The Ferry Building is all about ferries - which still run all day getting people to and from central Auckland and the islands. Before the 747, water was the way to go, in fact, it was the only way from a place like NZ. The...More
Quaint building with restaurants and bars, and easy access to getting out to the islands, quite a bustling place
bottom of Queens street start of the ferry services basically it is just a transport hub with a café so pass on through there are some boats in the harbour and it is the beginning of the walk down to Wynyard quay which is a...More
I am so grateful to have interacted with several wonderful staff members who helped guide me for tours, make phone calls on my behalf and even helped me get in to the free wifi. They were the sweetest customer service people in Auckland!
great arcitecture lovely building probally one of the nicest in nz,and great area to walk round or just watch the boats get an ice cream and enjoy the relaxation
Awesome place to be. I have not seen so many different types of ships from the smallest to the biggest cruise ships. It is close to Marine Museum. Really facinated by the history on ships! No wonder its called City of Sails!