InterCity operates daily buses to Te Awamutu from locations around the North Island. All buses will arrive at the Gorst Street Bus Stop, 30 metres down from the i-SITE, Te Awamutu.

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Approximate bus to Te Awamutu travel times:

Bus Albany to Te Awamutu - 4 hours 15 minutes

Bus Auckland to Te Awamutu - 3 hours

Bus Auckland International Airport to Te Awamutu - 5 hours

Bus Auckland Domestic Airport to Te Awamutu - 4 hours 45 minutes

Bus Manukau to Te Awamutu - 3 hours

Bus Hamilton to Te Awamutu - 1 hour

Bus Tauranga to Te Awamutu - 45 minutes

Bus Taupo to Te Awamutu - 6 hours 30 minutes

Bus Napier to Te Awamutu - 8 hours 45 minutes

Bus Hastings to Te Awamutu - 9 hours 15 minutes

Bus Palmerston North to Te Awamutu - 7 hours

Bus Wellington to Te Awamutu - 8 hours 30 minutes

 

 

About Te Awamutu

Te Awamutu is a small town within the Waikato region, located 30 km south of Hamilton. The name Te Awamutu means "The River's End". The small town is famous for being the birthplace of some notable New Zealanders: the first Maori King, and musical talents Tim and Neil Finn. Te Awamutu is chiefly a farming town, with dairy farming the main industry for the region.