Where is the Entertainment Hub?
On Queens Wharf, located at the bottom of Queen Street in Auckland’s central city at 85-89 Quay Street.
When is the Entertainment Hub open?
What does it cost to enter?
The Entertainment Hub is free to enter for everyone (including WMG2017 participants and the public). For full programme details see our Event Calendar.
How do I get there?
The Entertainment Hub can be easily reached from any part of the city, by foot, bike, car or public transport. There is no parking on Queens Wharf, but limited parking is available at various locations around Auckland’s CBD.
Queens Wharf is located across the road from Britomart Transport Centre and adjacent to the Auckland Ferry Terminal.
Plan your journey or download a timetable from Auckland Transport at www.at.govt.nz
Is there wheelchair access?
Yes, the venue is wheelchair accessible.
Are children welcome?
Yes, we’re family-friendly. There are great activities throughout the day at the Barfoot & Thompson Kids' Fun Zone, as well as plenty of programming for everyone to enjoy.
Is there food and beverage available?
There’s a fantastic selection of food and beverages available for purchase - see our Food and Beverage page for more details.
Can I bring alcohol?
No - this is a licensed event. All alcohol must be purchased through the bars at the Entertainment Hub. If you wish to purchase alcohol make sure you bring along your ID with you. No alcoholic beverages can be taken outside the licensed areas.
Does the day’s activity still go ahead if it’s raining?
Yes - we’ll be open every day, rain or shine, except in extreme circumstances. As well as outdoor activities there are indoor areas, providing shelter.
What if I need first aid?
There is a St John station providing first aid at the Entertainment Hub.
Can I smoke?
World Masters Games 2017 encourages a smokefree environment.
Will toilets be available?
There are toilets located across the Entertainment Hub, see wharf map above for locations.