It can be a tough job supporting your local team so check out our map and where you’ll find food, drink, ATM machines, water coolers plus more - everything you need to keep cheering.
Adjacent to the Stadium is our car park, managed by Care Park NZ Ltd and offering daily commuter and event parking.
The car park is located underneath the Fran Wilde walkway with vehicle access off Waterloo Quay at the traffic lights opposite the entrance to CentrePort (and adjacent to the overbridge between CentrePort and the Stadium walkway).
A limited number of car parks are available to the public on event day. This may not apply however for world cup and one-off events. If in doubt, please contact us.
To book a car park for an event,please fill out our online form >>
Sporting events/concerts - $30 *
Exhibitions - $8 *
Event details will confirm individual event cost and car park opening time.
Event day car parking can be booked in advance. Once purchased these are non-refundable (most especially on event day). The cut-off time for advance booking is one week prior to the event - this is to allow enough time to mail you the car park pass. You can also visit the Stadium Trust office to advance purchase an event day car park, up until the working day prior to the event day. Office hours are Monday to Friday, 8.30am until 5pm.
Just contact the Stadium Trust office on 04-473-3881 or email email@example.com.
* For car parking, please note that costs may be subject to change and payments by eftpos or credit card will incur a .60c processing fee.
Are you in a wheelchair or do you require mobility assistance? Find out further information on how we can help in the Disabled Access section.
The business area of Thorndon Quay offers parking however try to avoid the Thorndon/Wadestown residential area. It is restricted to residents only and stringent tow away enforcement will apply. If you have a regular city car park, we suggest using it and walking to the Stadium or catch a shuttle.
There is a very limited number of coach parks at the Stadium available for specific events. For certain major events, your coach driver will have a special parking area at the port or another location near the railway station. In this instance it is a short walk from the coach parking areas to the turnstiles. Your bus or coach will remain in the parking space for the return journey.
The Stadium Shuttle is the only bus permitted to drop patrons off at the top of the ramp.
During the week, the Stadium car park is available for commuter car parking.
Casual rates apply Monday to Friday ($12 all day and $50 for a weekly ticket). Multiple payment options will be available and there will be two cashier booths on weekdays from 7am to 9.30am. For any further parking enquiries including monthly passes, please contact Care Park on 04 805 0445, or send an email.
When Stadium event days fall on a weekday, the car park may be closed for commuter car parking, or there may be a restricted number of car parks available. Keep an eye on our social channels and our website for parking updates.
Bicycle stands are available at no cost on the ground floor of the Stadium car park underneath the Western pedestrian ramp. On Stadium event days only, there is also limited motorcycle parking available in this location at no charge. Greater Wellington also provides cycle lockers at the Wellington Railway Station.
Please note Stadium event days includes events falling on a weekend, or week day where the car park is closed to commuters. Please note motorcycles are not permitted on the Fran Wilde Walkway at any time, and no bikes of any kind may park along the Fran Wilde Walkway on event days. Please contact the Stadium directly for further information.
Complimentary parking is available on the inner or outer Plaza area for those attending functions at the Stadium. Parking is also free for weekend functions.
Check out our interactive map to help you find your way.
Mezzanine floor: 2.2 metres
Ground floor: the roof height is variable but 2.2 metres clearance is a guideline.
Car parks at the entrance have higher clearance but on event days this space may be occupied by buses.
Prior to booking a car park, we suggest reading the information provided in the Parking Information drop down above. To book a car park for an event, please fill out our online form >>
We ensure that you won't go hungry or feel parched while supporting your favourite sports team or experiencing any one of our unique events. There are plenty of food and beverage outlets located around our Stadium Concourse (please note the crowd size does depict how many outlets we open).
We also encourage patrons to not stop at the first outlet they see on the Concourse if it's busy. All the main outlets at Aisle ('A') 6, A9, A12, A24, A27 and A30 sell the same products, so it's worth taking a walk sometimes to find a smaller queue.
Westpac Stadium ensures that we provide an extensive variety of tasty options and constantly strive to improve our offerings by updating menus regularly.
For Hurricanes and Phoenix matches this is a craft beer bar.
Located at Aisles 2, 6, 9, 11, 23, 25, 28 and 32.
This bar offers an alternative range of food than the Concourse kiosks. Have a drink in a warm, contemporary setting with expansive views over the harbour, and don't miss the game with large video screens at either end. Access is from the Concourse between Aisles 25 and 26. During most events, this bar is open to all patrons however we recommend checking the relevant event page to check for closure information.
Baguettes and sweet slices are also available.
The Pavilion Bar is a great place to meet your friends at Stadium events and catch up for a drink and something to eat. The Pavilion Bar is located at the southern side of the Stadium, between the two entrances to the Concourse. Access is opposite Aisle 16. On non-event days the Pavilion Bar is available for private functions - find out more by contacting the Function Centre for details.
Westpac Stadium is a smoke free venue. Smoking is only permitted:
On the plaza area between the turnstiles and the main doors to the enclosed public gallery.
At the emergency exit spiral ramp at the northern end of the Stadium (between aisle 34 and 35).
Westpac Stadium has a public address system, big screens at each end of the field, and TV screens in the public areas of the Stadium that will be used to communicate in the event of an emergency – please listen and watch for further information.
Follow the instructions of wardens and security staff at all times; they are trained in our emergency procedures.
Emergency exits are located throughout the building. On arrival please familiarise yourself with your nearest exits and the best route to them.
Westpac Stadium has skilled Rapid Response teams who are trained to deal with all emergency situations. These teams will quickly respond to any incident, make an early assessment, and ensure an efficient and orderly evacuation if necessary.
The safety of our patrons is paramount. Please refer to our Stadium Emergency Preparedness document or check out our Venue Safety Video, providing further information to help you prepare for your visit.
Debit and credit cards are accepted at designated food and beverage outlets.
MasterCard is the Stadium's preferred supplier. You can use ‘Tap & Go’™ PayPass enabled cards, with no PIN or signature required for transactions under NZD$80.
Two Westpac ATM machines are located at Aisles 16 and 20.
These are located next to Aisles 3, 12, 21, 30 (separate from main toilet blocks).
If you require medical assistance please alert a security attendant, or go to the First Aid booth at Aisle 19.
The main information desk is located at Aisle 18. Security help points are also located at Aisles 11 and 26. For contacting security while at an event you can use the discreet text service which is 5454.
For sporting events, the usual merchandise outlets are located at Aisles 14 and 23. For concerts, the location of merchandise outlets may vary.