The Queen’s Ferry Hotel was established in 1865 and fables be told it was once a meeting place for gold miners, murderers and meandering vagabonds. Named after the birth place of its founder pioneering Scotsman ‘Mr John Robertson’, The Queen’s Ferry as it is now known, was considered to be one of the finest hotels in Auckland. We are blessed to still have the use of this historic licence, serving publicans with fine food and liquor, while providing a place to parley in good company. We hope you enjoy your visit.
Here’s to history in the making and to John Robertson for putting his best foot forward.