The Auckland Dock Building, located at 99 Dock Street, on the east side of Viaduct Harbour and the northern end of Queen Street, is a landmark building in Auckland. The terminal building with a history of more than 100 years was the office building of the British Customs in the early years. After large-scale renovation from 1986 to 88, it became a commercial building integrating hotel catering, tourism services, and cruise ticket sales. The pier building, with yellow and red architectural tones, contrasts with the azure blue sea in front of it and the bright red lampposts around it; with its solemn and elegant architectural style, it stands out among the skyscrapers behind it and is a good place to check in.
Auckland Ferry Terminal is located at the end of Queen Street, the most prosperous street in Auckland, New Zealand. The various sailboats staying at the port are dazzling. There are also luxury cruise ships from all over the world. Ferry to the piers of several small islands around Auckland. The pier building has a long history, you can stroll around slowly, remember to ask for free travel materials.
The pier building is a separate building next to the beach. Regardless of the beach, there are some seafood restaurants that can be tasted. The pier building can have a long view. [View] The surrounding sea view is very beautiful [price/performance] price/performance is ok
Take off place for ferries to Devonport and the Hauraki Maritime Park
Iconic Ferry Building, at the foot of Market Street, has been the gateway symbol to San Francisco along with the Golden Gate Bridge for decades. With the "Port of San Francisco" emblazened on its bay facing side in large lighted letters, it has been the ferry port for trans bay ferries from Marin and the east bay. Lately, it has turned into a shopping and dining center fir tourists and licals alike.
Located near the Britomart Train Station (at the bottom of Queen St.), the ferry terminal is a transportation hub for a variety of ferries and tour boats, many of which provide service to suburbs. The old building is a historic landmark.
You'll need a ferry to get around the various things in the harbor and they all take off from here. The building is nice enough and there are plenty of services.
Focal point for commuter ferries, but a very pretty building nonetheless. Built in 1912, this baroque building is made of sandstone, brick, and granite. You will also find the Cin Cin on Quay restaurant here.