North Wharf

On August 5, 2011 by Eye on Auckland

Wynyard Quarter PART E

North Wharf is a promenade facing onto a working wharf where fishermen off-load their catch of the day and is lined by cafes, restaurants and bars. Behind North Wharf is Jellicoe Boulevard and beyond is Silo Park, anchored by the fabulous “Wind Tree” sculpture. We have had the pleasure of viewing some of the restaurants that will be opening soon and we can tell you that Auckland is in for a treat. Our favourite is definitely The Conservatory – complete with a living wall and hanging egg chairs – uber cool. The choice is endless, ranging from Japanese to Indian cuisine. The World is your oyster at North Wharf.

3 Responses to “North Wharf”

  • BusFan

    The wind tree is so cool, I can’t believe that it was kept in storage for so long. I presume that the cars parked on the promenade are tradesmen ? At least I hope so.

  • ToiToi

    Ooops, those cars don’t look good, is that parking ?

  • ToiToi

    I forgot to add that I am so glad to see that sculpture back, the location was made for it.

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