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Welcome Aboard Auckland Dockline Tram...

We're Coming Back!
Trams Return
Sunday November 23

Hi there friends,

With the work in Daldy Street nearly completed, we now have a date for the restart of the tram service.

Daldy Street will be officially "unveiled" on Saturday November 22 and the tramway reopens on Sunday November 23.  Details are still being finalised, so do keep an eye on this site for more.

Tram Fares have been reduced and operating times are changing too.​ Please refer "Prices & Opening Hours" for more.....

The tramway will only be operating until late January when some further road development is planned and will see the trams off the road for a short period.


Proof that the end is in sight for the current roading project.  Albert Chan captures the scene at Tram Stop No.4 outside the Fish Market in Daldy Street, Wednesday October 1st.

With a beautiful March day, it is the perfect opportunity to run both trams out for a bit of sunshine and fresh air.  The Halsey Street redevelopment is moving rapidly towards completion and the tram track is soon to be reinstated.  The construction team will then transfer their efforts to the section of Daldy Street outside the Fish Market to complete the redevelopment here and connect the existing tram track with the new section in Daldy Linear Park.  Then, we're back!!  Albert Chan photo



New Year Greetings to you all. Below is an image from Albert Chan of the completed section of Daldy Linear Park, the new extension of Daldy Street in Wynyard Quarter. You can see the trams parked outside the shed, however we still cannot get access to the main line until the area of Daldy Street outside the Fishmarket is completed. This due to start in February 2014 with completion around late September.


Daldy Street Linear Park is really starting to take shape now.  The tram track is in place, the road sealing is complete and now the plantings are going into the rain gardens.  Albert Chan captured this scene on October 15 with the Tram Shed on the left.


Monday September 23 and Albert Chan captures the final adjustments being made to the track and point work in readiness for welding back together again.


Here are some more images from the camera of Albert Chan, taken on Friday September 13, we see one of the new rain garden boxes on the right, with the track now being laid into the new portion of Daldy Street.


This image captured on Monday September 16, shows trucks parked on the new track bed in Daldy Linear Park, with the original main line track (far right) soon to be lifted over.


Below, Albert Chan catches the two trams "Taking the Air" with the old main line track lifted in readiness for relocation across to the left in the new Daldy Linear Park.


Auckland Tramway Ltd presents our “Gardens Tour” which showcases Auckland's Wynyard Quarter and the native plantings which have transformed this former cargo wharf area into an exciting inner city environment! This “Hosted” Group Tour is ideal for gardeners, plant lovers and those with an interest in conservation - with a minimum of 8 per group.

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We now have wheelchair access on the Auckland Dockline Tram! 
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Have your next function or childrens birthday party with Auckland Dockline Tram.  We offer a unique function experience for your staff, clients, family or friends.
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"Auckland hospitality is still alive and well, you are doing a great job in showcasing our new tram.  Thank you!!"  Tina Onnes - Evelyn Page Retirement Village 

"Your company deserves a gold medal for staff training and for making a relatively short tram ride such a fun and enjoyable experience.  Thank you very, very much Auckland tram A+++ and I’ll be telling everyone I can." John Chapman Snr.  - Auckland

Hop on board Auckland Dockline Tram for an experience the whole family can enjoy. Choose from four exciting stops to visit the sights of the Auckland city waterfront, or sit back, relax and enjoy a window seat view.

Auckland by Tram
Explore the exciting new Wynyard Quarter, revitalised to celebrate the Rugby World Cup 2011. Journey past parks, plazas, restaurants and cafes and the Auckland Viaduct Harbour.

Take in an event, the Voyager Maritime Museum, markets and plenty of shopping. Stop by a jetty for fishing, fresh seafood, super yachts, maritime history and more.

History Returns to Auckland City
After 55 years, this romantic vintage form of transport has returned to Auckland city, offering a nostalgic travel experience journeying around the area and passing the site of the 1925 built Gaunt Street tram depot, now home to NZ Bus. These perfectly restored, original condition trams offer affordable style and family-friendly fun.

Auckland Waterfront Development
Waterfront Auckland has been redeveloping the heart of Auckland City in time for the 2011 Rugby World Cup. A stretch of approximately eight kilometres of waterfront property has been revitalised for everyone to enjoy.

Check out Silo Park centred around the old cement Silos, and home to Silo Cinema, open air movies every Friday night weather permitting.

Discover the heart of Auckland’s waterfront with Auckland Dockline Tram.

  Gelatiamo offers 10% discount off tea/coffee/ice cream - every day except public holidays on presentation of tram ticket for that day
  Rushworths offer $1.00 off a coffee/tea - every day except public holidays on presentation of tram ticket for that day

Click here to read more about the highlights you'll see with Auckland Dockline Tram.

Find out about the history of trams in Auckland and the fleet that you'll get to ride on.

"We thoroughly enjoyed the tram ride and in particular all the drivers and conductors on the tram - we went around twice and had 4 staff in all that were all fantastic, witty and knowledgeable. All our students are tourism and hospitality students with a great interest in working in a variety of areas within the industry and we greatly appreciate good examples of customer service and positive visitor experiences."   Sarah Hind - Crown Institute of Studies

"To the wonderful team at Auckland Tramway.  What a fantastic time we had on both Tuesday and Wednesday.  Thank you so much for your attention to our every need."  Opening Doors at Merry Hospice

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