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Ferry Building

Ferry Building 99 Quay Street, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
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Ferry Building 99 Quay Street, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
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Reviewed February 17, 2017

Access to the islands from here. Nice and accessible. All well sign-posted. Lots of places to go for a drink or something to eat.

Thank Scoobster26
Reviewed February 15, 2017

Massive 1912 building with tiled stairways and stained glass inside, Stop for a glass of Sauvignon Blanc upstairs and look out at the harbor. Staff were very accommodating and respectful of customers' individual tastes in wine.

Thank Mitchell C
Reviewed February 14, 2017

Like most of Auckland's historic buildings, The Ferry Building has been converted for other uses today. You can simply stroll by the building and enjoy its architectural detail or go inside and enjoy a meal at one of the restaurants that call the Ferry Building...More

Thank David L
Reviewed February 11, 2017

The Ferry Building is the core of the ferry network that connects the City with the outlying Auckland suburbs and islands and is located at the end of Queen Street and a few steps away from Britomart. It is an Edwardian Baroque building and was...More

Thank paullegate
Reviewed February 11, 2017

This historic building sits majestically facing the port of Auckland harbour usually providing a welcome greeting site for cruise ship passengers on their arrival. The restoration looks fantastic and is a standout and amazing contrast amidst the modern skyscrapers behind it.

Thank Baylovers
Reviewed February 11, 2017

The ferry building was once a main feature attraction in Auckland until the Skytower was built. It has some nice coffee shops facing the harbour and ofcourse is where you catch the harbour ferries and tour boats.

Thank cspettett
Reviewed February 5, 2017

It was nice to see that this old building has been restored. So many of Aucklands other old buildings have been knocked down and replaced by glass sky scrapers. The new glass buildings don't have the character of the old ones. We arrived on a...More

Thank 123doreen
Reviewed February 4, 2017

The ferry building is a lovely piece of history. There are plaques on the iron fences along from it detailing historical facts. It holds eateries these days, and several places whereyou can also book for ferry trips to Waiheke, Davenport, Rangitoto Island and lots more....More

Thank Linda S
Reviewed February 4, 2017

It's a cool building right on the wharf where you catch the various ferries operating from the Auckland harbor.

Thank Barry L
Reviewed February 2, 2017 via mobile

This fantastic old building is well restored and sits on the harbour- around the waterfront there are cafes and coffee spots with outdoor seating area

Thank Michael S
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Is there any places for luggage storage in this building?
July 11, 2016|
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Response from Lujuan S | Reviewed this property |
Britomart Rail Centre [5 mins away from the Ferry Terminal] has coin operated lockers.. also Princes Wharf I-site might help you. just ask.