Boardwalk & Promenade
There are few places that compare to the Quayside boardwalk and promenade. Rivaled only by Stanley Park, this area of the Quay features both hanging and bedded gardens that line the shore of the Fraser River. Nearly 3 miles of solitude, paradise and nature.
Nestled on the shore of the Fraser, River Market is an eclectic mix of modern architecture, foodie eateries and house-oriented designer outlets. Outdoor patio is a must for those visiting in summer. Experience more...
City Avenue Market
Your source for organic, local products such as Baked goods, Bulk, Meats, Produce, Deli, Groceries and Dairy
Vancouver Circus School
Let your inner child out. Programs for young and old
…or just to watch. Experience more...
Fraser River Discovery Centre
Discover the stories and diversity of the entire Fraser River. Through rotating exhibits and hands-on programmes, the Fraser River Discovery Centre presents the river’s contribution to the life, history, and future of British Columbia and its people. Explore more...
Paddle Wheeler Pub
Truly a Neighbourhood Pub. We love our community! The Paddlewheeler Pub has been serving the community of New Westminster, in more ways than one, for over 20 years now. Experience more...
Paddlewheeler Riverboat Tours
Fraser River Cruises – Board the paddlewheeler M.V. Native, our authentic 100-passenger paddlewheeler, for an exciting adventure on the mighty Fraser River! Explore more....
For over 30 years, The Boathouse has been a Vancouver favourite specializing in premium steaks and fresh seafood from the coast of B.C. and around the world. Experience more...
Inn at the Quay
The only hotel situated on the Fraser River. Explore more...
The only city amenity in Quayside, the marine-themed playground designed for children is a very popular destination for families. Founded in May of 1998.
Worlds Tallest Tin Soldier
Built in 2000, this Tin Soldier is styled after the soldiers of the Royal Engineers who founded New Westminster.
The Historic Fraser River
Tugs, logs, seals, salmon, fishing, tankers, pleasure craft and yes the occasional house can be seen plying the rapid moving waters of the Fraser. Sit or stand but stare out over the river and watch an entirely different world go by.
A water front park featuring activity areas for children and youth. Also has a food outlet
Quay Off-Leash Dog Park
Located at the west end of the boardwalk/promenade between the Rialto and Kruger Paper. While the boardwalk/promenade is completely dog friendly it is also an On-Leash area. This park is the only off-leash area in the Quayside community.
The Quayside Community Board is devoted to: Representing Residents, Community Issues, Assisting Strata Corporations, Housing Cooperatives and Community Planning for the Quayside area.