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How to get to Aotea Square in Auckland Central West by Bus or Train?

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Directions to Aotea Square (Auckland Central West) with public transport

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Public Transportation to Aotea Square in Auckland Central West

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You can get to Aotea Square by Bus or Train. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby - Bus: 129, 25L, 295, 76X, 820, 900X Train: EAST, STH, WEST

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Aotea Square, Auckland Central West
Aotea Square, Auckland Central West Aotea Square is a large paved public area in the CBD of Auckland, New Zealand. Officially opened in 1979 by Sir Dove-Myer Robinson next to Queen Street, it is used for open-air concerts and gatherings, and markets and political rallies. In November 2010, a major redevelopment of Aotea Square was completed. The square was redesigned to make it appropriate for use by crowds of up to 20,000 people.Its name is derived from Motu Aotea, the Māori name for Great Barrier Island, which is the largest offshore island of New Zealand, approximately 90 km from downtown Auckland.
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