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MAXX blooming good way to Ellerslie Flower Show

MAXX blooming good way to Ellerslie International Flower Show

Between Wednesday 14 and Sunday 18 November, Aucklanders with a passion for gardening or landscape design can hop on a MAXX bus or train to the Ellerslie International Flower Show at the Auckland Botanic Gardens in Manurewa.

A great way to the show is to catch the regular route 66 bus from Botany Town Centre (via Manukau City) to the Botanic Gardens. Normal fares apply.

Regular train timetables operate to the Manurewa Interchange, where passengers can then catch a route 66 bus directly to the show. Regular train and bus fares apply. The $10 Day Rover Pass provides good value, as it can be used for both the train and the route 66 bus connection from Manurewa to the Botanic Gardens.

Special bus services are operating from the Auckland CBD, the North Shore and Hibiscus Coast.

Passengers can get more information about public transport services to the Ellerslie International Flower Show from MAXX on (09) 366 6400 or at www.maxx.co.nz

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