The Auckland waterfront is a true gem in the heart of the city with plenty to see, do and enjoy all year round. Here are some of the exciting things taking place there this winter.
Matariki on the Waterfront returns to Silo Park once more, marking the end of a month of exciting activities as Matariki is seen low in the north-east sky.
Decorate your wheels to the theme of Matariki, the Māori new year, and join Touch Compass on a journey of discovery through the urban maze of Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter.
This exhibition at the New Zealand Maritime Museum celebrates the vision and determination of John Street – a man with a passion for preserving New Zealand’s maritime heritage. In 2017, John gifted his vast assortment of items that had been part of the historic Foster’s Ship Chandlery to the New Zealand Maritime Museum.
Join us for an super exciting Silent Disco Citywalk "Glow in the Dark" Edition that has been designed particularly for the Elemental AKL Winter Festival 2019.
Stop by the Maritime Museum every Sunday for a raft of free family-friendly arts and crafts activities.
Sunset Sail and Graze
Set sail aboard the New Zealand Maritime Museum's Heritage vessel, TED ASHBY, with wine and canapés to graze onboard.
Harbourside dining in a luxury igloo
Take the sting out of the cooler weather by ‘Dining Under The Stars’ in an exclusive luxury Igloo at Auckland’s award-winning Harbourside Ocean Bar Grill.
A voice as recognisable for sonorous quality as it is for frequent reinvention, JAMES BLAKE returns to the Southern Hemisphere on the back of the strongest record of his career in Assume Form.