From time to time the sheds were used for temporary functions such as exhibition spaces for the A&P show, boxing matches and choir performances.
In 2009 Queens Wharf was purchased for the people of Auckland by the New Zealand Government and the Auckland Regional Council. In June 2011 the Mayor of Auckland announced that Shed 10 would be refurbished to become Auckland’s primary cruise ship terminal and events venue. Queens Wharf and its associated structures are registered by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust as a Category 1 Historic Place. The ground floor retains its robust functional character with a concrete floor, steel columns and exposed beams. The east side of the first floor has a series of sliding doors and moveable walls to allow the connection of a gangway anywhere along the length of the building. Materials were salvaged and used wherever possible to help maintain the heritage values of the structure. The largest solar panel system of its kind in New Zealand is installed on the roof of Shed 10.
The amount of renewable energy generated by the Shed 10 PV system is estimated to be 84,000kWh per year, equivalent to the average annual energy use of 10 households.
The energy generated will be used to provide lighting in the building and any excess energy will be used elsewhere on Waterfront Auckland sites or will go back into the national electricity grid. The amount of energy produced over the life of the Shed 10 system is expected to save the atmosphere hundreds of tonnes of carbon dioxide that the national power grid will not need to produce. With stunning uninterrupted views of the Waitemata Harbour and situated in the heart of downtown Auckland, Queens Wharf is a premier event location. The Wharf offers two unique and strikingly different venues alongside the outdoor public space available for larger events. The mezzanine space at the northern end of The Cloud has a capacity of 200, making it the perfect location for cocktail parties, meetings, drinks receptions, dinners and even weddings. Shed 10, a newly-renovated cargo shed on Queens Wharf is full of character and historical significance.
Queens Wharf lies at the foot of the Auckland CBD and offers a unique vantage point overlooking the sparkling Waitemata Harbour.
Take a step back in time and discover what Auckland’s waterfront looked like over fifty years ago. A new dining and services hub on the waterfront is set to offer a varied menu to the central city crowd with three more food providers confirmed this week to move into Queens Wharf Village.
St Pierre’s sushi, Cinta Malaysian and Kapai are the next food offerings to take space in the container village over coming weeks. The new businesses will complement New Zealand’s oldest and longest running mobile food provider, The White Lady, who moved into the village last month.
Wellington-based fresh produce salad, wrap and more bar, Kapai, will make their Auckland debut at Queens Wharf Village. Queens Wharf Manager Connie Clarkson says Queens Wharf Village is not only a funky and fresh addition to downtown Auckland, but is a reflection of Auckland’s heritage. Queens Wharf Village is made up of a mix of food and beverage providers as well as service-based retailers. With five of the eight container tenants confirmed, businesses are being carefully selected to ensure the village has a varied offering for locals and visitors. 1 of 122, Jess a€?Slambi Laupera€™ Fletcher from the City Sirens will be up against Karen a€?Razza Makazza€™ Galea from the Missfits in Ipswicha€™s first roller derby bout on Sunday. 3 of 122, Mariah Carew was named winner of the senior section of the Bundy Icon Model Search 2011. 4 of 122, Sergeant Dallas Leven of Grafton highway patrol said results from a recent police blitz on drink driving suggested many Clarence Valley drivers were still ignoring the risks of driving under the influence of alcohol. 5 of 122, Students Byron Roberts, Jordan Barnham and Jack Baker-Sime hope to hold special Banana Festival performances. 6 of 122, Paul Zanuso, the father of Nathan Zanuso who was killed in an accident on the Pacific Highway last year near Ulmarra, places a cross on the side of the road at the site of the crash.
7 of 122, Liam MacPhail, Rory MacPhail and Tom Swift from Cudgen SLSC in training ahead of the junior NSW Surf Life Saving Championships at Kingscliff.
11 of 122, Jimmy Armstrong, Brandon Zysk and TJ Esau familiarise themselves with the beer goggles and standard drink measures. 12 of 122, MOUNTING UP: Volunteers walk beside a pile of debris removed from flood damaged houses in Fairfield.
14 of 122, Going off: Fireworks explode over Main Beach, Yamba, as part of the Pacific Hotela€™s New Yeara€™s fireworks.
15 of 122, Brian Gold is a big kid at heart and loves turning his Currimundi home into a Christmas wonderland.
16 of 122, WINNING RIDE: Brett Cross doesna€™t look too comfortable but he scored enough points to share victory on Saturday in the open bull ride. 17 of 122, Bernice Welch and her grand-daughter Sophie Johnson attending the QT Adopt-a-Family movie screening where movie-goers were asked to bring a can of food.


18 of 122, Paul Jones from the Grafton SES freeing a Willy Wagtail from the Vent on top of Gon' Fishin.
19 of 122, Carols by Candlelight events will fill the region with Christmas spirit this weekend. 26 of 122, Australian working dog rescue foster carer Sandra Ward of Bundamba with Cherry (left) and her cat Norton. 27 of 122, Coffs Harbour's Chris Hales gets the chop for charity after agreeing to shave off his 30cm mane, snowy beard and moustache to raise almost $5000 for beyondblue. 28 of 122, Cameron Grant of Inspired Youth Performing Arts performs his fire twirling moves for the crowd at the North Coast National Exhibition 2010 in Lismore. 29 of 122, Tickled pink Cancer Council volunteers Kathy Derrett and Meg Oa€™Hara in the mood to mark Pink Ribbon Day. 30 of 122, MasterChef contestant Aaron Harvie and Natalie Miller celebrate their marriage on Mr Harviea€™s mothera€™s property at Teven last month. 32 of 122, Striking pose: Zane Melton and Alicia Marcy will dance together for the last time at their annual concert next Saturday. 33 of 122, Phil Rettkea€™s time exposure photo of the final F-111 dump-and-burn over Bundamba on Saturday night. 34 of 122, David Halliwell is taking part in 1200km bike ride to raise funds for Brisbane and Sydneya€™s Royal Childrena€™s hospitals. 35 of 122, Haoyan Kotis releases 17 doves as a last Hervey Bay goodbye at yesterdaya€™s memorial service for her husband.
37 of 122, To celebrate the arrival of the finalists in this yeara€™s Archibald Prize, Coffs Harbour locals were invited to come as their favourite portrait. 38 of 122, SENIOR CONSTABLE Nick Dixon prepares to lead the procession at the police remembrance day service at the Christchurch Cathedral in Grafton. 39 of 122, Matt Geronimi from this yeara€™s So You Think You Can Dance series on Channel 10 came to the BOK dance school in Pottsville. 40 of 122, Kulangoor farmer Kelvin Yarrow has made headlines after blocking roads on his farm with tractors to stop workers from the Northern Network Alliance from entering the property.
41 of 122, The congregation came out in force to bless the new St Matthewa€™s Anglican Church in Dunoon, after the original was destroyed in a freak tornado.
44 of 122, TAKE THE PLUNGE: Warm weather prompts Shaynne Ford to shed her winter coat and explore the depths of what Gladstone has to offer. 45 of 122, Amazing atmospheric sight: Reader and dedicated storm-chaser Chris McFerran sent us this stunning snap of a rare pileus cap cloud from earlier in the week. 46 of 122, Big stretch: Karlee Maguire (purple), Emily Rowles (blue) and Alycia Keane (grey) limber up as a special dance course at Tweed is taking placements for next year.
47 of 122, Boonaha€™s a€?perfect figa€™, the central figure in a€?The Treea€™, and (above) just one of the scenes tourists will delight in when they tour the Scenic Rim region after seeing the movie. 48 of 122, Ipswich Hospital Emergency Services director Stephen Brierley is moving on after 13 years in the position.
49 of 122, NERVOUS WAIT: Nev Reeves ponders the prospect of winning $100,000 from Keno if he kicks a goal from half-way.
50 of 122, Surfing photographer Patrick Gorbunovs captured this image of a shark while surfing in the Byron Bay area. 51 of 122, Team-of-the-century member Syd Clarke, a former Nambour All Whites captain-coach, is looking forward to being inducted into the Hall of Fame. 52 of 122, Friends release 99 red balloons in memory of Anthony Hiro Nagata who died one year ago. 53 of 122, One of the baby crocs at Koorana Croc Farm during their best laying season in 10 years.
54 of 122, OFF HIS TROLLEY: Councillor Paul Tully is fuming over Woolwortha€™s trolley ruling. 55 of 122, BARGAIN: Councillor Trevor Nardi sits in one of the impounded cars which will be auctioned off tomorrow. 56 of 122, White-out: Teacher Ebany Draper with Ta€™Schani Mae Southon getting the white balloons ready. 59 of 122, Christchurch residents Neville and Lorraine Chatterton watched the quake drama unfold in their hometown on television in their Mooloolaba unit. 61 of 122, Happy birthday Dot: Grafton woman Dot Edmonds celebrated her 102nd birthday yesterday surrounded by family and friends.
62 of 122, Anne Laurich is a ballerina on Green Hills Road with Mt Maroon and Mt Barney as the backdrop and is part of the Scenic Rima€™s new tourism advertising. 63 of 122, Lights, camera, action: Saraton Theatre manager Robbie Seymour is all ready for the reopening of the historic theatre in Grafton.
64 of 122, The sun comes up over a cold campsite in Polsons Paddock at the National Music Muster. 65 of 122, Burrum Heads woman Irene Johnstone wants to be able to get mail in her letter box and shea€™s not the only one. 67 of 122, The Stewart family, Darryl, Lachlan, Angus and Fiona cremate their Maremma Draco, the fifth dog to die on their Mungar property within a couple of weeks.


68 of 122, MAYOR OVERBOARD: Cr Paul Pisasale (right) tries to balance the sinking air boat during filming for a Sunrise television segment on Wednesday. 69 of 122, Anthony Edwards is constructing a court scene out of papier-mache for the Ipswich Courthouse. 70 of 122, Steven Wallis is disgusted that someone stole Rileya€™s Kawasaki KFX50 motorbike from the shed behind their home.
71 of 122, Bill Moorhead wishes Bundaberg Regional Council had revealed accurate rate fluctuations when it sent out the rate notices. 72 of 122, a€?Tip Chicka€? Jessica Milne says council should explain its decision to terminate her contract as the popular manager of its Tin Can Bay rubbish tip. 73 of 122, Year Seven students from Brassall State School take part in the Jump Rope For Heart fundraiser for the Heart Foundation on Friday. 74 of 122, Doves are released at the end of the Vietnam Veterans Day memorial service in Hervey Bay. 77 of 122, Charter boat the Bell Cay in trouble 200km off the central Queensland coast after a severe storm capsized the boat in August 2010. 78 of 122, AGL Recue Helicopter Service held an exercise to help determine the effect on health of patients being winched into the helicopter.
Trippas White Group has opened a new cafe in a converted parkland shed, located in Queens Park.
Sydney-based catering and restaurant group, Trippas White Group, has opened a new cafe in a converted parkland shed, located in Queens Park. Queens Park Shed opened on 15 October and will offer an extensive breakfast and lunch cafe menu, while also hosting private events. Queens Park is one of Sydney's most historic public parks, this year celebrating its 125th anniversary. In 2011 the Shed 10 doors and cladding were repaired and the building received a new roof in time for Rugby World Cup 2011 as the wharf hosted the Auckland's inner city Fanzone. This is the highest level of identification and, as such, requires a high level of care to ensure the heritage values are maintained. They  along with heritage consultants Salmond Reed Architects have balanced the functional requirements of the shed with an aesthetic appropriate to the buildings heritage status. The first floor offers a richer, warmer and more detailed character with timber floor, exposed steel trusses and timber sarked ceilings.
Additional structural steel was installed for strengthening and new services cores at each end of the building have been added, including lifts, toilets, and service and administration rooms. Prior to construction there was an on-site archival process, where a number of items of interest were discovered, including comic strips, lockers, bric a brack and a 100 year old mechanical cargo hoist.
The 60kW system consists of 240 165cm by 99cm photovoltaic (PV) panels and covers an area of 400 square metres, supplier Vector says it is the largest grid-connected roof-mounted multi-crystalline PV system in the country. Conveniently located next to the ferry terminal and opposite Britomart Transport station, Queens Wharf is easily accessible to all visitors. The long space is ideal for exhibitions, gala dinners, showcases, product launches and fashion events. As an important landmark in Auckland’s early maritime heritage, it is now an events space suitable for up to 3000 people. Home to two of Auckland’s signature buildings, Shed 10 and The Cloud, Queens Wharf has been transformed from a private working wharf to a public waterfront space for all to enjoy.
It was erected to accommodate Auckland’s commitment to host an innercity Fanzone, festival and showcase event during Rugby World Cup 2011.
Both familiar and extraordinary, check out the collection of images on Queen’s Wharf (you will find them on the eastern side of the wharf).
Family friend and the service celebrant, Annette Georgiou stands beside her for encouragement. It was opened in 1888 to commemorate the Federation of Australia and today is a popular sporting venue. It also offers more in-depth features on industry trends, chef profiles, reviews, recipes and advice on how to improve your hospitality business. The sheds were utilitarian in design with a focus on an efficient use of material, function and space to support huge loads of cargo through the wharf. The venue is ideal for product launches, exhibitions, festival events and markets and gala dinners.
The Shed has recently been refurbished for use as an events space and Auckland's primary cruise terminal.



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