Catch the All Blacks live as they take on France at the Forsyth Barr Stadium on June 23! Dunedin is renowned for being an excellent sporting event host, and this match will be no exception. Tickets are on sale now and selling fast.
Plan ahead for the match; take a look at the access points to Forsyth Barr Stadium on this map and plan your arrival and departure! Don’t forget that free bus shuttles for those with match tickets or accreditation will run from 4.50pm from the Octagon carriageway.
FREE SHUTLE BUSES for those with match tickets or accreditation, will run at regular intervals from the Octagon to the Stadium from 4.50pm - 7.00pm. The final bus will leave at 7.10pm. Buses will leave from the Octagon Carriageway. All shuttle buses will then return to the Octagon from Harbour Terrace immediately after the match. Spaces are limited.
To help residents and visitors get home later in the evening, the DCC is running several buses from Central City between 11.30pm and 1.30am. The buses will run along three routes, one to South Dunedin, one to North Dunedin (via Highgate) and one to Mosgiel. The cost is a gold coin donation.
Adding a touch of French flavour to the city over match weekend, the iconic Otago Farmers Market will feature French cooking demonstrations and themed decorations in a nod to both national teams. The perfect way to start game day, the farmers market has an outstanding array of fresh local produce, artisan bakers, gourmet goodies, fresh coffee and more. Stop by for breakfast or stock up on treats for the weekend.
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