Catch public transport to experience the sights, sounds, tastes, and colours of the Pacific.
Dates: Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 March 2021.
Time: Saturday: 9am to 8pm.
Sunday: 10am to 4pm.
Place: Western Springs Park.
Catch the following bus services travelling via Great North Road to Western Springs Stadium. Pre-plan your travel with the Journey Planner.
From City Centre
From bus stop 1362 on Victoria Street near Albert Street:
- Route: 18 New Lynn to City Centre.
From bus stop 1464 at 56 Hobson Street:
- Route: 110 Westgate to City Centre.
- Route: 132 to 134.
From Henderson and New Lynn
From bus stop 5841 at Henderson Interchange:
- Route: 133 and 134
From bus stop 5914 at New Lynn Interchange Stop E:
- Route: 18
Normal fares/passes apply for bus travel.
The closest train station is Baldwin Avenue, a 20 minute walk from Western Springs Park.
Train services will operate to and from the city via the Eastern, Southern (including Manukau) and Onehunga lines. These services travel to Britomart station in downtown Auckland.
If travelling on the Western Line, transfer to a Great North Road bus at New Lynn or Henderson stations. Plan your travel with the Journey Planner or visit Timetables to view the full train timetables.
Plan your travel with the Journey Planner. Normal fares/passes apply for train travel.
The Downtown Ferry Terminal is next to the Britomart Transport Centre in Downtown Auckland. Ferry passengers can easily transfer to a bus to Western Springs Park.
Normal fares/passes apply for ferry travel.
For regular scheduled services to and from the city please use the Journey Planner.
Published 24 February 2021 | Last updated 24 February 2021
Information is correct at the time of publishing and subject to change