InterCity operates daily buses from Auckland to Wanganui (Whanganui). Buses leave from the main Sky City bus terminal at 102 Hobson Street and make stops along the way at Hamilton, Otorohanga, Te Kuiti, Taumaranui, National Park and Ohakune before arriving in Wanganui at the Travel Centre, 156 Ridgway Street. The journey from Auckland to Wanganui takes approximately 8 hours.

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About Whanganui

Wanganui, or Whanganui as it is now known, is part of the Manawatu-Wanganui region on the west coast of the North Island. Most of the town lies on the north western bank of the Wanganui River.

Whanganui city and the wider region is full of culture, history and adventure as well as relaxing activities. Explore the river and National Park and try jet boating or kayaking, or check out the Bridge to Nowhere. Explore Whanganui's heritage buildings like the Sarjeant Art Gallery, the Royal Opera House and the Wanganui Regional Museum for a taste of history or relax in the many parks and gardens.

For more information about Whanganui visit whanganuinz.com

Wanganui is an urban area and district situated on the west coast of the North Island and is a part of the Manawatu and Wanganui region, with most of the town lying on the north western bank of the Wanganui River.
Wanganui is famous for having one of the most temperate climates in the world, as its unique location means that it is sheltered from the worst weather conditions. Wanganui is ideally situated between Wellington and Rotorua so it is a common stop off for those travelling through the North Island.
The Wanganui city and wider region host a variety of things to do and see. Full of culture, history adventure as well as relaxing activities there is something for everyone. Explore the Wanganui River or National Park or take time out to soak up the vibrant arts scene in the city. Try jet boating or kayaking down the Wanganui river, or check out the Sarjeant Art Gallery is known for its neo-classical architecture and fantastic array of exhibitions.
For more information about Wanganui, including things to do during your stay, visit wanganui.com