Local transportation is not so expensive and if you tie up with your hotel or with our travel agency in advance, then you will find a placard announcing your arrival and ready transportation.
If not, there is absolutely no need to be apprehensive. New Zealanders have a reputation of being unassuming and absolutely trust-worthy and you can bank on these characteristics and the hospitality of the locals to see you safely to your hotel.
InterCity Bus Transport Network
InterCity have been transporting kiwis and international visitors around New Zealand for more than 30 years. Today they operate New Zealand’s largest coach transportation network under the country’s premier coach networks of Intercity Coachlines and Newmans Coach Lines. Together the combined networks of InterCity and Newmans Coach Lines connect to more than 600 destinations nationwide, with over 150 services every day.
InterCity CoachLines offers quality point to point bus transport on modern coaches at economic fares nationwide.
Destination Carbon Neutral
InterCity Group is the first tourism and national transport company in New Zealand to commit to becoming carbon neutral. They have signed up to Landcare Research’s carboNZero programme. When you choose to travel with InterCity Group, you are taking a positive step to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
You may purchase any sector or transport pass, check seat and fare availability from any one of InterCity’s 400 agents nationwide, by calling the InterCity National Contact Centre between 7am and 8pm NZT or online by using the booking form.
Auckland Contact Centre – 09 623 1503
Wellington – 04 385 0520
Christchurch – 03 365 1113
Dunedin – 03 471 7143
Our award-winning contact centre is open:
Seven days 7.00am – 8.00pm
Online Booking Form
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