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Welcome Aboard Auckland Dockline Tram
Auckland's light-rail future starts here!

Works are well underway for the reinstatement of the half loop track as we continue to look at options on how the Tram can be reinstated before America’s Cup.


The tramway was operating a reduced service between the Tram Shed in Daldy Street and Tram Stop #1 at the northern end of Halsey Street.

The roadworks at the southern end are still in progress, so we were just running back and forth at
the northern end of Wynyard Quarter.

Remember, Auckland's light-rail future starts with us in
Wynyard Quarter!!

Come and check out the changes in Wynyard Quarter !

The trams are operating presently just on Sundays and Public Holidays on just a section of track, until the full loop is back in mid-2019 when the final phase of road redevelopment is completed.

Prices and Opening Hours

Our tram takes you on a 1.5 km circular tour around Wynyard Quarter with a commentary provided by the Tram Driver, pointing out items of interest, a bit of history, and some fun things for the kids to do while in Wynyard Quarter!

The Tram Ticket purchased from the Tram driver is an "All Day" ticket so you can stay on the tram or hop-on or off at any of the four tram stops.

Our Group Tours will recommence in 2019 once the trams are running over the full loop once again.  Check our Groups & Charters for more details.

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.

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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