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Ride MAXX to Ambury Farm Day

ARTA Media Release
9 October 2008

For a fun day down on the farm ride MAXX to Ambury Farm Day

On Sunday 12 October, Aucklanders heading to Ambury Regional Park for a day of family fun and entertainment can catch a MAXX bus or train to Ambury Farm Day, which is held between 10am and 4pm.

A great way to Ambury Farm Day is to catch the free shuttle bus, which leaves Otahuhu train station for Ambury Regional Park (travelling via Mangere Bridge Township) every hour between 9.45am and 2.45pm.

To get to Otahuhu station, passengers can hop on board any Southern or Eastern Line train and then catch the free shuttle bus from Otahuhu.

Families using the train to get to the Ambury Farm Day can take advantage of the special $20 Family Pass, which is valid for return travel for one adult and five children, or two adults and four children. Family Passes can be pre-purchased at the Britomart and Papakura Ticket Offices.

The regular 305 bus service departs from Wellesley Street East (outside the ASB) in the Auckland CBD every hour, travelling via Newmarket and Onehunga to Ambury Regional Park. Normal bus fares apply.

Passengers can get more information on bus and train services to the Ambury Farm Day and about timetables from MAXX on 366 6400 or at www.maxx.co.nz

For more information on Ambury Farm Day please visit www.arc.govt.nz

About the free shuttle bus service:

To Ambury Farm (via Mangere Bridge Town Centre):

train station
(Titi St) Mangere Bridge
Town Centre
(Coronation Rd) Ambury Farm (Muir Ave)
AM 9.45am
11.45am 10.00am
12.00pm 10.05am
PM 12.45pm
2.45pm 1.00pm
3.00pm 1.05pm

To Otahuhu train station (via Mangere Bridge Town Centre):

Ambury Farm (Muir Ave) Mangere Bridge
Town Centre
(Coronation Rd) Otahuhu
train station
(Titi St)
AM 10.05am
11.05am 10.10am
11.10am 10.25am
PM 12.05pm
4.05pm 12.10pm
4.10pm 12.25pm


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