Meet Vivien Sutherland Bridgwater and Jonathan Bielski, from the ASB Waterfront Theatre.
Just when you thought the waterfront couldn’t get any sweeter, we’ve discovered some top spots for some top treats when you’re next visiting Wynyard Quarter.
Joan Vujcich wouldn’t want to live anywhere else. Her love of Wynyard Quarter is shared by her grandchildren whose visits are a regular highlight of her residency on Auckland’s waterfront.
22nd February is Margarita Day, so be sure to come celebrate the occasion with us down in Wynyard Quarter.
A day of romance and indulgence for you and your love on the waterfront…
The grim reality of life in Aotearoa’s largest city can sometimes be saddening. People like Māori Warden Blaine are doing the mahi to make life a little less tough for those having it toughest.
Ross Johnson is 88. He remembers a time when steam trains travelled from the city centre down to the area now known as Silo Park.
By the time Wynyard Quarter’s regeneration journey is complete, it will be home to around 3000 residents and 25,000 workers. That’s a lot more people coming and going from the area than before development started in the precinct back in 2011.