Tamaki - Kainga Nga Ika Me Nga Wheua Katoa Auckland - Where The Fish Are So Succulent You Can Eat Them Bones And All

As custodians of the waterfront on behalf of Auckland ratepayers, the Council controlled organisation, Waterfront Auckland is responsible for leading the revitalisation of the inner city waterfront. With a focus on consultation and balancing stakeholder interests, Waterfront Auckland aims to deliver the true potential the Auckland waterfront has to offer. A design led approach has already seen the delivery of the first stage of the Wynyard Quarter development and the reopening of Queens Wharf as a public space. The opportunity exists now to build on this and a number of further development projects are underway.

Waterfront News

Waterfront Auckland’s new regional role

On 1 September Auckland Council’s new urban regeneration agency will open its doors.

Read more » 31 August 2015

Refurbished waterfront plaza a sign of things to come

One of the sunniest public spaces on Auckland’s waterfront has undergone a revamp to provide a green oasis on the edge of Viaduct Harbour.

Read more » 30 July 2015

Residential sales reach 50%

Waterfront Auckland’s residential development partner Willis Bond & Co reached the 50 percent sales milestone last week for the new apartments and townhouses planned for Wynyard Quarter.

Read more » 30 July 2015

Vos Yard to be Restored

The last remaining wooden boat building yard in Auckland and possibly the country is set to be transformed into a social and education centre dedicated to the craft.

Read more » 29 July 2015