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InterCity operates daily buses to Gisborne from a variety of towns and cities across the North Island.
Fares to Gisborne start from as low as $1 (+booking fee) with all services arriving at the bus stop located outside the Gisborne i-SITE at 209 Grey Street.
Search for a bus to Gisborne and book online with New Zealand's most popular national bus network.
Bus Auckland to Gisborne: 9 hours 30 minutes
Bus Manukau to Gisborne: 9 hours
Bus Hamilton to Gisborne: 7 hours
Bus Rotorua to Gisborne: 4 hours 35 minutes
Bus Hastings to Gisborne: 4 hours 20 minutes
Bus Napier to Gisborne: 3 hours 50 minutes
Bus Palmerston North to Gisborne: 7 hours 30 minutes
Bus Wellington to Gisborne: 9 hours 35 minutes
Affectionately known as 'Gizzy', Gisborne is New Zealand's most easterly city and the first to see the sun! Located at the north end of Poverty Bay, the main attraction in Gisborne is the glorious sea.
Thrash around in the waves and learn to surf, feed the stingrays in Tatapouri, give rocksliding a go or simply take a walk along the beach and explore areas of pristine beauty.
Gisborne is also well known for the wine it produces, being the third largest producer in New Zealand of wine grapes after Malborough and Hawke's Bay. If you want to learn more about Gisborne's wine industry and think you'd quite enjoy some taste testing, why not take a tour of one of Gisborne's vineyards?
Gisborne is steeped in rich Maori and European history. Many years ago, the first few waka (canoes) that landed in New Zealand first came to Titirangi Hill, Gisborne. A culturally significant place to New Zealand and the region, this is an integral part of Maori history and legends. Visit the Tarawhiti Museum to see early Maori artifacts and photographs.
Surrounded by hilly forestland and the sea, Gisborne has many spectacular walks providing incredible views. Many of these walks are short and easy that can be done by anyone. Take a look at this link for more information about Gisborne's walks.
The popular Rhythm and Vines New Year's festival in held in Gisborne each year attracting people from all over New Zealand.
To find out more about Gisborne visit outeast.co.nz
InterCity offers the FlexiPass bus pass which provides travellers with flexible, economic travel. Jump on and off wherever you please and book travel online using you FlexiPass!