Getting to campus

There is a range of ways in which you can get to our campuses. You can choose to ride your bicycle in, walk-in, share a car ride, catch a train or a bus, or drive your car in as an option.

Select from the following list for more information on each:

Cycling and walking

Cycling or walking to campus is not only a sustainable transport option, you’ll also keep fit while doing it.

With a cycleway and walkway that links central Auckland to Henderson in West Auckland, it’s an easy and convenient route to either of our campuses. For walking routes and cycle track information, visit the Auckland Transport (AT) website.

Go to AT Cycling & Walking page

View an interactive cycle map of Wairaka

We also have bike racks located across both campuses, please make sure to secure your bike while on campus.

Bike repair station

Did you know that we have a bike repair station located on Mt Albert campus, the corner of building 111? You can find tools to help with small repairs to your bike.


There are train stations within a short walk of both campuses.

Stop ID: 120
View Mt Albert train station on Google maps

Stop ID: 125
View Henderson train station on Google maps

Trains run regularly between stations. For timetable information visit the Auckland Transport (AT) website.

View Western Line train timetable

Go to AT Train Services page


There are a number of bus routes to get you to our campuses, with bus stops right outside each. Current routes and timetables are available from the Auckland Transport (AT) website.

Go to AT Bus Services page


Carpooling is a great way to share the cost of travel, and is a sustainable transport option.

If you looking for like-minded people to share a commute then register with Smart Travel NZ, a carpooling platform. Smart Travel makes it easy to arrange shared rides, visit their website for more information.

Go to Smart Travel website


While we encourage sustainable transport, we understand that sometimes a car is the only option. For parking options on both our campuses, Mt Albert and Waitākere, visit our Parking page.

Go to Parking page

Campus shuttle bus

Our inter-campus shuttle service goes back and forward between our campuses, Mt Albert and Waitākere, and is free to all students. For more information, visit our Shuttle Bus page.

Go to Shuttle Bus page

Public transport

If you purchase an AT HOP card, for public transport by Auckland Transport (AT), you’ll receive a discount on travel vs paying by cash on the bus.

Go to What is an AT HOP card & how it works page

You may also be eligible for a tertiary concession. Please check the Auckland Transport Terms & Conditions to see if you are eligible.

Go to Tertiary Student Concession page

Please note AT tertiary stickers are issued by our Student Central team. For location and hours, visit the Student Central (Te Pae Kōrero) page.

Transport options from Auckland Airport

There are few options for international students making their way from the Airport to our campuses.

From the Auckland Airport to Auckland City you can catch the SkyBus. For more information on this express service, visit their website.
Go to SkyBus website

Airport shuttles will take you where you need to go. You can book online and are located right outside the terminal when you arrive. For a quote or to book a shuttle online, visit their website.
Go to Supper Shuttle website

Uber also operates in Auckland, New Zealand. You can download the app and start ride sharing as soon as you get off the plane. For more information and to download the app, visit their website.
Go to Uber website

There are a number of taxi services waiting right outside the terminal when you arrive, they all vary in price and reputation. Listed below a just a few that are available in Auckland:

Please do your research before using any one of these companies.

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