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Getting to School

Driving? Taking the bus? Cycling? All you need to know about getting to NaSA is right here

We hope to supply quick and easy information on different ways of getting to NaSA.

Cycling

Cycling is becoming a popular choice with some students as a way to get to school. Some major roads near the school have cycle lanes for cyclists to use.

Bicycle Stand

Do not secure your bicycle to any external fixtures or park it in the lobby or school. These are OSH hazards.

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Getting Changed

You can get changed at the school in the changing room.

You must take your helmet and clothing with you after changing. You can store these with your bag and other belongings in the locker area or storage shelves.

As with your bag and other items, you must remove these from campus every day. We do not offer storage facilities.

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Taking the Bus

One bus route runs right past the school: the 120.

One bus stop is located right outside our door, while the other one is across the street.

You can get an up-to-date bus timetable at www.metroinfo.org.nz.

Look for the bus route that stops on Armagh Street between Disraeli Street and Fairfield Avenue.

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Driving to Course

You or someone else can drive you to school every day. Please ensure you leave your house with plenty of time to get to course.

Drop Off

Someone can drop you off in front of the school on Antigua Street.

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Parking

If you are driving yourself, there is plenty of free parking on the streets surrounding our campus. You can see a map of our campus location on our contact page for further information.

Some streets around us with free parking include:

  • Antigua Street
  • Disraeli Street
  • Hazeldean Road
  • Montreal Street

Our carpark is for clients of the clinic and staff only.

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