Spark Arena has no public parking on site, and we encourage the use of public transport! However, for those who choose to drive, there are approximately 7,000 carparks within a 1.2km radius.
The closest carpark buildings are as follows. Click on their names to visit their websites.
Arena Car Park (Dockside Lane, off Tapora Street, about 5 minute’s walk away. )
Ngaoho Place (our new, secure option off The Strand, about 10 minutes walk).
Britomart Car Park (On the corner of Quay Street and Britomart Place, about 8 minutes walk.)
Railway Car Parks (Indoor & Outdoor) (Te Taou Crescent, off Beach Road., about 5 minutes walk.)
Tangihua Street Car Park (Tangihua Street, about 6 minutes walk.)
The independent website Parkopedia also has a map of parking that you might find useful (click here).
WE DON’T WANT YOU TO GET TOWED!!! Restrictions on the streets near the arena vary depending on the size of crowd we are expecting, so if you are thinking of parking on the street as opposed to in a parking building, please go here for information about Auckland Transport’s on-street parking policies and pricing.
Spark Arena has a limited number of nearby carparks designated specifically for mobility pass holder parking. However, these spaces must be pre-booked, and they fill up quickly. A space can be reserved once you have your ticket; please contact Spark Arena directly via phone, on (09) 358-1250, well before the event. Please include the registration number of your vehicle and a contact mobile number when you enquire. For more information on mobility parking as well as how Spark Arena can cater to special needs, please visit the Special Assistance page.
North Shore Events Centre
Silverfield and Argus Place Entrances
North Shore Events Centre has an excellent carpark for just under 800 cars. There is also plenty of parking on the near by streets around the stadium.
There are 4 Disability Parking spaces available adjacent to the front doors of the NSEC. Once inside the venue there is an elevator on the Northern side of the building which provides access to the first floor/mezzanine level. There are specific areas set aside on the North Mezzanine for those who are wheelchair bound or unable to access the seating units.