Ferry Building, Auckland
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Address: Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
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About Ferry Building, Auckland
Built in the early 20th century and included in the list of New Zealand Historic Places Trust, the Ferry Building stands out against the harbour owing to its rich Baroque architecture. The building functions as a part of the Aukland Ferry network and also has some of the best restaurants in the city.
Take a walk around the building to witness its grand design and wrap up the visit with a warm meal at one of the restaurants, to later take a romantic walk along the harbour.
Ferry Building Ticket Prices
- For prices of ferry rides, visit the official website.
Ferry Building Opening and Closing Hours
- Recommended time of arrival is 8:00am to 9:00pm.
- Timings of individual shops and ferry operators vary. For more information visit the official website.
How To reach Ferry Building by Public Transport
- By Bus: Quay St Near Queen St
- By Train: Britomart
- By Ferry: Ferry Terminal - Pier 3 A-B
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car.
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Ferry Building, Auckland Reviews
An old building at the waterfront of Auckland's downtown, close to the ferry wharf. It now houses several upscale restaurants.
Beautiful architecture, though I've never been in the building or taken a ferry ride, so I can't review it for more than its external appearance.
Fantastic historical site and ferry access to north shore of Auckland.
What a fantastic building! So nice to find a jewel amongst all the glass and steel.
Beautiful building. The ferry's were all on time and took us to Devonport. Totally worth the price.