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Go behind the scenes of New Zealand's biggest stadium and walk in the footsteps of your sporting heroes in this informative and fascinating tour.
Eden Park has been the centrepiece of Auckland and New Zealand sport for over a century, hosting dozens of international events, from the Commonwealth Games to the Cricket World Cup. No other stadium in the country has the heritage or pedigree of Eden Park, and this stadium tour is a unique chance to experience a day-in-the-life of this great sporting stage.
Stand in the changing rooms where the Kangaroos and Kiwis lay breathless after the infamously brutal 1988 Rugby League World Cup Final, then sit in the coaches boxes and imagine yourself presiding over yet another All Blacks victory. Get a taste of the high life in the swish corporate boxes with their superb pitch views, then stand and admire the incredible renovation and expansion of the South Stand.
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From Auckland city centre, head south on Queen Street. Do not go onto SH-1, instead go over it and then turn right onto Ian McKinnon Drive and follow the road round onto Dominion Road (Eden Park Stadium will be signposted). Once in Kingsland, turn right into Walters Road and follow the signs to the car park.
"The air was soft, the stars so fine, the promise of every cobbled alley so great, that I thought I was in a dream" - Jack Kerouac