Our venues are close to public transport and motorways.

Use Auckland Transport’s Journey Planner for public transport options to and from our venues.

For the location of each of our venues, please visit each venue’s page on our website.

 

There are several public and on-site car parks near our venues.

For our CBD venues including Aotea Centre, Auckland Town Hall, Auckland Art Gallery, Shed 10, The Cloud and The Civic, please see this car parking map.

 

For Auckland Zoo, Bruce Mason Centre, Mt Smart Stadium and North Harbour Stadium, please see the car parking map here.

 

Take a virtual walkthrough of our venues online via a digital device from your office, home or outside of New Zealand.

Read about each venue and its spaces in the description to get an idea of its capacity and room size. 

Click on the Floor Plans icon to see where each space is located within the venue. Navigate to another room by clicking a hotspot on the Floor Plan.

 

To help visitors with accessibility needs become familiar with our venues before stepping inside, accessibility virtual tours are available for the following venues:

Built around 3D images, the tours begin at a key drop-off point and visitors can follow wheelchair or mobility-impaired pathways into each venue. 

Step counts along the way, coupled with elevator access, floor plans and pathways to the box office, public restrooms and the bar offer an enhanced experience of the venues.


All our venues can be accessed by wheelchairs. Elevators and ramps are available.

Drop-off points located near all our venues are available for those who require step-free access, or who are unable to walk long distances. These drop-off points are not car parks, but places where cars can stop temporarily to let passengers disembark. 

 

Aotea Centre – Aotea Centre Level 1 can be accessed internally from The Civic Car Park. The Civic Car Park is the closest car park to the Aotea Centre and has 20 mobility car park spaces available. Take your mobility card and car park entry ticket to a pay machine and press the Help button for instructions. Visit Auckland Transport’s website for more information.


Auckland Art Gallery – Accessible car parks are available on Kitchener Street (approximately 10 metres’ walk from the main entrance). Accessible car parks are also available in the Victoria Street East car park (approximately 260 metres’ walk to the main entrance).

Wheelchairs, crutches and walking sticks are available for free from the Auckland Art Gallery. Bookings for these items are recommended.

A cloakroom is also available for leaving bags and other belongings.


Auckland Town Hall – The drop-off point is directly outside Auckland Town Hall on Queen Street, close to the main entrance. The Civic Car Park is the closest car park to the Auckland Town Hall and has 20 mobility car park spaces available. Take your mobility card and car park entry ticket to a pay machine and press the Help button for instructions. Visit Auckland Transport’s website for more information.


Auckland Zoo – Accessible car parking is available in the Motions Road car park, closest to the main entrance to the Zoo, for vehicles displaying a current mobility parking permit. Approximately 90% of Auckland Zoo is accessible by wheelchair, and 70% by mobility scooter. A map outlining inaccessible areas is available free of charge on request from the cashiers or at the Zoo’s Information Centre near the main entrance. To hire or book a mobility scooter, please email reservations@aucklandzoo.co.nz 


Bruce Mason Centre – A dedicated drop-off zone is located just up from the main entrance, running parallel with Killarney Street. This can be accessed from either Killarney Street or The Promenade. 


Mt Smart Stadium – On-site mobility parking is available via O’Rorke Road for visitors with a valid mobility permit. 


North Harbour Stadium – On-site mobility parking is accessed via the Stadium Drive entry for visitors with a valid mobility permit. 


Shed 10 – Public vehicle access to Queens Wharf is permitted for pick-up and drop-off only. There is no public parking on Queens Wharf where Shed 10 is located. 

Public parking is available at the Downtown Car Park which is approximately 450 metres from Shed 10. Take your mobility card and entry ticket to a pay machine and press the Help button for instructions.

Apart from the entranceway via the PWC building, which is closed after hours, mobility access is via the main entrance on Customs Street West through to the lifts by the payment machines. 

Mobility parking spaces are indicated by blue light signals.


The Cloud – Public vehicle access to Queens Wharf is permitted for pick-up and drop-off only. There is no public parking on Queens Wharf where The Cloud is located.

Public parking is available at the Downtown Car Park which is approximately 400 metres from The Cloud. Take your mobility card and entry ticket to a pay machine and press the Help button for instructions. 

Apart from the entranceway via the PWC building, which is closed after hours, mobility access is via the main entrance on Customs Street West through to the lifts by the payment machines.

Mobility parking spaces are indicated by blue light signals.


The Civic – Elliot Street is a shared vehicle and pedestrian zone and is also suitable as a drop-off point. It is located approximately 75 metres past The Civic entrance on the opposite side of Wellesley Street West (behind Smith & Caughey’s).

Step-free access from The Civic underground car park is available to Aotea Centre, Auckland Town Hall, and The Civic via a combination of elevators, flat and sloping floors/pavements.

The Civic Car Park has 20 mobility car park spaces available. Take your mobility card and car park entry ticket to a pay machine and press the Help button for instructions. Visit Auckland Transport’s website for more information.