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Queens Wharf village will be right back

Queens Wharf village will be right back

The container dining and services hub began pack down on the weekend and will re-open 9 May after the Games conclude.


Queens Wharf Village is made up of a mix of food and beverage providers as well as service-based retailers. Offering up culinary delights from Kapai, St Pierre’s Sushi, Cinta Malaysian, The White Lady, Wolf Coffee, treats from Grab ‘More and a money exchange option from Fexco, the Village has become a popular inner city lunch spot.


Queens Wharf Manager Connie Clarkson says the Village is not only a funky and fresh food and service option in downtown Auckland, but also a reflection of Auckland’s heritage.


“Queens Wharf has a strong history of trade, cargo ships, waka and passenger ships arriving and departing, so we’ve created something authentic here to reflect that”


“The Village itself is made from repurposed containers creating a cargo link, the info kiosk takes you back in time to when soldiers departed from the wharf and women promenaded along it, and local artist Amiria Puia-Taylor’s interpretation of Tamaki Herenga Waka (Tamaki – the gatherer of canoes) reflects the true nature of the people’s wharf” says Ms Clarkson.


Stay tuned for the celebratory re-opening of Queens Wharf Village on 9 May.

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