Getting to Eden Park has never been easier

Getting to the DHL New Zealand Lions Series 2017 All Blacks v The British and Irish Lions

The gates at Eden Park open from 4.30 pm on Saturday and travel on trains and special event buses is included with all match tickets.

This covers travel from four hours before the match on trains and special event bus services from Northern Busway stations, Takapuna, Midtown, Newmarket, Mt Eden, Pakuranga, Botany and Manukau.

If you prefer to walk to the stadium, the 45 minute Fan Trail from Auckland’s City Centre will be activated with entertainment from 4pm onwards.

Road closures and parking restrictions will affect streets around Eden Park on game day. Limited mobility parking areas are available on Cricket Ave.

If you are heading to the game, visit at.govt.nz/events and check out the details of your transport options from around Auckland.

Remember, get here early and make sure you don’t miss any of the action. 

Eden Park is centrally located in Kingsland only 3km from the CBD.

Most tickets use integrated ticketing which means it’s FREE for you to get to the Park using public transport.
Eden Park is centrally located in Kingsland only 3km from the CBD. 

Traffic Management Plan and game day parking for Saturday 8 July

Eden Park's Communications

As part of our event planning for game days, we advertise travel information in the New Zealand Herald, local community newspapers and on Radio Network's Timesaver Traffic. These advertisements explain how to get to the Park on game days and outline the traffic restrictions in place.