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Waiheke Island, Auckland, New Zealand

Transport info Matiatia wharf terminal

Matiatia Bay has a wharf with dual piers, a terminal building with restrooms and Cafe. Buses and Taxis meet each Fullers360 ferry arrival.

Public Car park, bike and car rentals and kayaking base within walking distance.

Boat Charters & Recreational boats use the Northern Pier, on the Northern side.

It's just a 20 minute walk to Oneroa Village, the sandy beach and start of the Art & Walking Trails. Waiheke Coastal Walkways are clearly marked. There are walks starting either side of Matiatia Bay.

Note the track on the Northern side is not useable either side of high-tide as it desends to to the sea-edge initially. 

Bus Transport

AT Hop Cards, for bus transport on the scheduled routes (Teal coloured buses) can be purchased from a machine inside the Matiatia Ferry terminal. 

AT Hop Cards can also be purchased at the Library in Oneroa Village (top end) - about 20 minutes walk from the Matiatia terminal.

There is no all day bus pass currently - $10 worth of credit will allow several trips however

AT Hop Cards are used throughout mainland Auckland - the same card works on Waiheke Island & can be topped up online or at the points of sale.

More information can be found here

GOOGLE Map for Matiatia Ferry Terminal Waiheke Island


The Auckland side map


Fullers360 Waiheke Walk-up Service departs from Pier 11/12 and the Reserve Service departs from Pier 13/14

There are occasional Pier changes for Waiheke Ferry's, especially for arrivals - to check on the day, there is an overhead  Public Transport Digital display of these on Pier 1 and Pier 11 - look for Waiheke - Matiatia