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West waterfront

CCMP envisages ongoing redevelopment and regeneration of Wynyard Quarter, with mixed use development and green links leading to a flagship new green space on Wynyard Point.

West waterfront


  • Future development
  • Waterfront pedestrian links
  • Green links
  • Victoria Park integration
  • Public transport streets
  • City to village links
Ngā huarahi wātea mō te whakawhanake

Development opportunities

Wynyard Quarter will continue to be a hotspot for development over the next five to ten years, as remaining opportunities are realised on identified development sites between Fanshawe Street and Wynyard Point.

Ngā hononga ara hīkoi, pahikara hoki

Walking and cycling connections

Enhanced linkages to the west, with further stages of Westhaven promenade and future Auckland Harbour Bridge shared path, open up direct walking and cycling access with the North Shore.

Te hononga tauwhiro taiao o Daldy Street

Daldy Street green link

Completed green links between Wynyard Quarter and Victoria Park as part of the wider Transformational move 6: The Green Link connecting with Victoria Park, Victoria linear park and Albert Park.

Te parae o Te Tō

Wynyard common

A new neighbourhood pocket park at the heart of Wynyard Quarter will provide an intimate outdoor space for residents and workers to call their own.

The park will integrate seamlessly with the Daldy Street linear park and be part of a sequence of green spaces linked by the Transformational move 6: The Green Link.

Ngā wāhi tuwhera o Te Tō

Wynyard Point open spaces

A future destination open space and parkland on the outer headland of Wynyard Point is a rare opportunity to create a large new green space for the city centre, with views of the harbour and cityscape.

Wynyard crossing

Wynyard crossing

A new walking and cycling bridge for Wynyard Quarter, to replace the existing lifting bridge that is nearing the end of its life.

Te Wero me Te Hika a Rama

Te Wero and eastern Viaduct

Future waterfront public space enhancements to the Te Wero Island and Eastern Viaduct areas linking the Wynyard Quarter with Quay Street and the Viaduct Harbour.