Catch a cheap bus Manukau to Gisborne with InterCity. Buses from Manukau to Gisborne will take approximately 10 hours, with stops along the way.

Buses to Gisborne depart from the Manukau Bus Interchange on Putney Way, and arrive outside the Gisborne i-SITE, 209 Grey Street, Gisborne.

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About Gisborne

The city of Gisborne is located on the north end of Poverty Bay and is named after an early Colonial Secretary, William Gisborne. The city’s Kaiti Beach is the site of Captain Cook’s first landing in New Zealand.

Gisborne generally has warm summers and is one of the sunniest places in New Zealand, with average yearly sunshine of around 2,200 hours. Gisborne has a comprehensive wine trail that leads to boutique wineries. Custom tours are available to transport you to and from the wineries.  

The city is host to multiple popular annual events, notably Rhythm and Vines, which is a 3 day New Year’s music festival.  The event draws in over 30,000 people not only from New Zealand but internationally also. The event has hosted many internationally recognized acts ranging from N*E*R*D, Tinie Tempah, Grandmaster Flash, Pendulum, Calvin Harris, Franz Ferdinand and many more. 

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