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How to Get to and from the All Blacks vs France Match

How to Get to and from the All Blacks vs France Match

If you’re heading to the All Blacks vs France match on Saturday night leave the car at home and jump on public transport or walk to Eden Park.

Travel on trains and special event buses to Eden Park is free with your game ticket.

Special event buses

Services run to Eden Park from the city centre, Northern Busway stations (excluding Hibiscus Coast), Manukau, Botany, Pakuranga, Takapuna, Newmarket and Mt Eden. Remember to keep your game ticket for the ride home.

A full list of pick up and drop off locations can be found here.


Free travel with your game ticket begins three hours before kickoff, and lasts until the end of train services on Saturday night. Remember to keep your game ticket for the ride home.

After the match, services heading west will leave from Morningside and services heading back to the city centre will leave from Kingsland.

Train timetables for Saturday 8 June

View the Western Line train timetable for the All Blacks vs France on Saturday 9 June 2018 (449KB PDF)

View the Southern Line (including Onehunga, and Eastern Line) train timetable for the All Blacks vs France on Saturday 9 June 2018 (441KB PDF)


The Downtown Ferry Terminal is next to the Britomart Transport Centre in Downtown Auckland. This means ferry passengers can easily change to a train for transport to Eden Park.

Normal fares/passes apply for ferry services.

For regular scheduled services to and from the city please use the Journey Planner.


Walking to Eden Park from nearby areas such as Ponsonby, Mt Eden and Grey Lynn is safe and easy so why not find out if this is the best way for you to get to the game.


There are a number of road closures and restrictions in the vicinity of Eden Park so driving in the area should be avoided.

A full list of road closures and parking restrictions can be found here.


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