Public transport – train, bus and ferry
Our public transport network is a great way to get around. As well as inner city buses, you can travel by train, ferry or bus throughout the wider region.
The main transport hub is located downtown, with the ferry terminal, Britomart train station and Link bus departure points all in this area. (Due to construction in the downtown area, some bus departure points have moved further up town). A number of bus and train stations and some ferry departure points also have park and ride facilities.
Find public transport services, maps and timetables at AT journey planner.
It’s easier than ever to get around Auckland by bike, with a number of cycle paths popping up over in the last few years and more new cycle ways are planned in the near future.
You can legally drive in Auckland and New Zealand for up to 12 months per visit, with either a current driver's licence from your home country or an International Driving Permit (IDP). Make sure you have these organised before you arrive in New Zealand. You will need to convert to a New Zealand licence after 12 months. Take a look at our road rules for all vehicles, including cycles and motorbikes, for a safe journey around Auckland and New Zealand at DriveSafe.