Voyager – New Zealand Maritime Museum
This museum traces NZ’s seafaring history, from Maori voyaging canoes to the America’s Cup. Recreations include a tilting 19th-century...
Shoot the breeze on a genuine America’s Cup yacht (adult/child $160/115) or head out on a 'Whale & Dolphin Safari' (adult/child...
Apart from their regular ferries, 360 has an Auckland Harbour cruise which stops at Devonport's Torpedo Bay, Rangitoto, Motuihe and...
This Russian-themed affair boasts numerous vodkas and DJs from Thursday to Saturday. A window looks into Minus 5° Bar, giving you a...
Eating seafood by the water is a must in Auckland and this modernist gastrodome also boasts an unbeatable see-and-be-seen location.
Viaduct Harbour information
Once a busy commercial port, the Viaduct Harbour was given a major makeover leading up to the 1999/2000 and 2003 America’s Cup tournaments. It’s now a fancy dining and boozing precinct for the boat-shoes brigade, and guaranteed to have at least a slight buzz any night of the week. Historical plaques, interesting sculpture and the chance to gawk at millionaires’ yachts make it a pleasant place for a stroll.