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Discover Auckland Viaduct Harbor wheelchair accessible attractions, things to do, tours and activities for disabled travelers. Read our informative review to learn if the Auckland Viaduct Harbor (Wharf) is wheelchair accessible and wheelchair friendly or if Wheelchair Jimmy recommends this attraction be avoided by travelers in wheelchairs.

Located in the heart of Auckland City, Viaduct Harbor is an amazing first class residential, commercial and entertainment area. Full of life during the daytime and nighttime, Viaduct Harbour is where Auckland city meets the ocean.

Our Viaduct Harbour Marina caters to pleasure craft, super yachts and commercial vessels with 150 marina berths ranging in size up to 60 meters. New Zealand’s largest marine service precinct, Westhaven, lies a short walk or boat ride to the west.

Viaduct Harbour is host to many fabulous events including the past America’s Cup defences, Louis Vuitton Regattas, the Volvo Round the World Race stopover in March 2012, the Auckland International Boatshow and New Zealand Fashion Week among many other fantastic events.

  1. City Attraction Wheelchair Accessible:      Yes
  2. Fully Accessible Entry:                                   Yes
  3. Accessible Restrooms Onsite:                       Yes
  4. Restrictive Steps:                                             No Restrictive Steps

Jim’s Accessibility Comments:

Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour wharf is a huge area which was developed not that long ago in the late 1990’s as a mixed use project of apartments and restaurants and is stunningly beautiful and modern. As a centre of activity of the 2000 America’s Cup, hosted by the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, the area has enjoyed considerable popularity with locals and foreign visitors. It’s very level throughout the waterfront area with broad concrete walkways and very wheelchair friendly.

There are multiple restaurants and retail shops, the ferry terminal, Maritime Museum and the cruise ship port. They are all wheelchair friendly. Take a stroll south along the wharf on the waterfront, then turn right onto Queen St and shop in the main Auckland retail shopping district.

We had dinner down on the wharf one night and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. When they developed this wharf a few years ago, they really did it right for wheelchair accessibility.

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