Summit Transport

There will be complimentary Summit buses departing Wellington Railway Station and James Cook Grand Chancellor Hotel. The buses will depart from Wellington Railway Station and James Cook Grand Chancellor at 7.30am on both Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22.

As part of your registration please indicate whether you would like a seat on the organised transport. The buses will return guests to the pick up locations at the end of the Summit days.


From North:

Take off ramp and overbridge to Porirua and Titahi Bay. 
Turn right at the roundabout (next to Pak'n'Save) onto Parumoana Street. 
Continue straight through the next roundabout. 
Turn left at roundabout (opposite Big Save Furniture and Briscoes). This will take you into an access way and to the carpark of Te Rauparaha Arena.

From South:
Take off ramp to Porirua. Turn left onto over bridge (Titahi Bay Road). 
Continue straight through roundabout at bottom of the bridge (continuing on Titahi Bay Road). 
Continue straight through next roundabout (next to KFC). 
Continue straight through traffic lights. Turn right at roundabout (next to Denny's Restaurant) onto Semple Street. 
Turn right at roundabout (next to Burger King) onto Parumoana Street. 
Turn right at roundabout (opposite Briscoes and Big Save Furniture) into the access way and carpark of Te Rauaparaha Arena.


Te Rauparaha Arena has 220 free car parking spaces available. Alternatively, there is free kerbside parking on Heriot Drive, Wineera Drive and Norrie Street within a 5 minute walk.


Public Bus

There are a number of bus routes throughout the City with the closest bus stop to Te Rauparaha Arena on Norrie Street. It is then a short one to two minute walk to the front entrance of the Arena.

Check out the Metlink (external link)(external link)website for route timetables and fare information.



Porirua Station (on the Kapiti Line) is an easy 10 minute walk to Te Rauparaha Arena.
Follow Lyttleton Avenue, and then walk up Norrie Street or cross Te Rauparaha Park to get to the front entrance of Te Rauparaha Arena.
See the TranzMetro(external link)(external link) website for train and bus timetables.


Air New Zealand and Jetstar offer a wide range of direct flights around both the North and South Island so that Wellington is easily accessible for our delegates.

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Major airlines service Wellington for international guests.

Transport from the airport
A taxi fare from the airport to the city centre is typically around $50. Shuttle costs vary according to the number of passengers with fares starting from $20.

Wellington Combined Taxis
P: (04) 384 4444 link)(external link)

Green Cabs
P: 0800 GO GREEN (0800 46 47336) link)(external link)

Super Shuttle
P: 0800 SHUTTLE (0800 748885) or 04 472 9552 link)(external link)

The Airport Flyer Bus service runs from Wellington Airport to Wellington Railway station every 10 minutes on weekdays from 6.30am to 9.00am and 2.00pm to 7.00pm. It runs every 20 minutes at all other times. It stops at various major stops throughout Wellington. Cost is $9 each way, pay the driver.

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