The Wynyard Quarter (historically also known as the Western Reclamation, Wynyard Point, Wynyard Wharf or Tank Farm) is a reclaimed piece of land on the Waitemata Harbour at the western edge of the Auckland waterfront in New Zealand. A good part of the area is still covered by petrol and liquid chemical storage facilities of Ports of Auckland Ltd (POAL) and various other companies, that gave the area its now slowly disappearing “Tank Farm” moniker. The area fronting the harbor is called the North Wharf Promenade. With 10 eateries and bars serving up an eclectic mix of international cuisine, craft beers, tapas and all day sun, North Wharf is a great place to kick back and soak in the authentic working wharf setting. With stunning views across the magnificent Waitemata Harbor and back to the lamp lit city beyond, North Wharf is a short walk west over the Wynyard Crossing bridge from the Viaduct Harbor.