Auckland Transport (AT) will be creating six new berths on the west side of Queens Wharf.
Project status: Construction stage 1: mid-2019 to April 2021
Project zone: Central
Wahapu - Harbour
Creating six new berths on the west side of Queens Wharf is the first step towards a modern, consolidated ferry terminal for Auckland. Further development will occur post-2021.
Caption: Artists impression of the new berths on the West side of Queens Wharf.
The ferry terminal will be a world-class facility, suitable for Auckland’s growing transport needs. It will have improved accessibility and greater operational flexibility, which will help accommodate increased passenger numbers.
- 6 new wharfs will be built (Queens Wharf East).
- Pier 3 will be decommissioned.
- Pier 4 will be decommissioned as part of future developments after 2021.
Redevelopment of the ferry terminal will enable greater public access.
Progress update in the Ferry Basin: September 2020
- Berth 6 (Pier 1D) is now operational. Access to Pier 1D is via the new gangway at the southern end of Queens Wharf.
- Berths 5 has arrived at Queens Wharf and will be used for layover when ready.
- Berths 5 & 6 are almost ready for glass installation for the new canopy.
- The gangway platform is now installed for access to berths 1 & 2.
- Gangway 2 pontoon is now onsite.
- Berth 5 balustrade installation is complete and Berth 6 is underway.
- The new architecturally designed columns (6) are currently being installed.
- All 39 wharf side canopy piles are complete.
- All 21 sea side canopy piles are complete.
- All breakwater piles are complete.
- All 300 horizontal anchors under Ferry Basin are complete.
- Capping beam concrete pours are complete.
Proposed access in 2021