This section contains information about public transport services in the Whangarei District.
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The Whangarei District Airport is located in at Handforth Street in the suburb of Onerahi, an easy 10-minute drive from the city centre.
It is jointly owned by the Ministry of Transport and Council and is managed by Northland Aviation.
For further information about the airport, please follow the link below:
The CityLink Whangarei bus service and the Bream Bay Link bus service is contracted to the Northland Regional Council.
It is funded by the Regional Council, the New Zealand Transport Agency and fares paid by passengers.
For further information about bus services and shelters, please follow the link below:
Total Mobility Scheme
This scheme offers people with impairments a 50% discount on taxi fares for transport in the Whangarei urban area.
It is jointly funded by Whangarei District Council (60%), Land Transport NZ (40%) and administered by the Northland Regional Council.
For information about the scheme and eligibility, follow the link below.
Total Mobility Scheme (Northland Regional Council website - opens in a new window)
For further information about support for the disabled and mobility parking, follow the links below.