ITU New Plymouth SPRINT Triathlon

New Plymouth Triathlon Festival - 29th - 31st March 2019

ITU Accommodation & Travel

The host Hotel for the ITU Triathlon World Cup is the Quality Hotel Plymouth International. 

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Quality Hotel Plymouth International, Corner Courtenay & Leach Street.

Quality Hotel Plymouth 4 Star Qualmark Rated Hotel New Plymouth NZ

Free phone 0800 800 597, Fax 06 758 9949, Land Line 06 759 9128.

email: reservations@plymouth.co.nz

web: www.plymouth.co.nz


Home stays 

Some home stays are available on a first in first served basis.

Please contact Ross Dingle: President of the Taranaki Triathlon Club - New Plymouth 

clandingle@gmail.com -   web: www.tritaranaki.nz

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 Airports

The closest international airport is the Auckland International Airport.   From Auckland it is then a short domestic flight to the New Plymouth Airport (35 minute flight)

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 Visa Requirements 

For teams (athletes) traveling to NZ to compete in the New Plymouth World Cup please go to: http://www.immigration.govt.nz/migrant/stream/visit/ for details on whether your athletes need to apply for a Visa to enter New Zealand.

When applying for a Visa, if you require a letter of invitation then please ask via the contact us page.

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Local Transportation Provided for ITU Triathlon World Cup Athletes

Please contact Graham Park for a free local transfer to Hotel from Airport - park_graham@hotmail.com   or  021 1814216 (NZ) 

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The City of New Plymouth 

The city of New Plymouth, half-way between Auckland and Wellington on the west coast of New Zealand’s North Island, sits between the picture-perfect peak of Mount Taranaki and the dynamic surf breaks at the edge of the Tasman Sea. The city’s 75,000 residents are welcoming and active, and the region has endless empty roads and a fantastic cycle park and 13km coastal walkway, a stunning sheltered swim route and great training facilities, making it a popular stop on the ITU calendar. 

Taranaki is home to its own bank, the TSB, all of New Zealand’s oil and gas production, and a strong dairy production sector, all of which contribute to the region’s legendary vibrancy: Taranaki was recently judged one of the best destinations in the world in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel awards.

There’s a lot to see and do in New Plymouth beyond triathlon, from a stunning Len Lye Centre and Govett-Brewster Art Gallery contemporary art museum to the serene inner-city botanic gardens Pukekura Park, the fascinating Puke Ariki Museum, and a coffee culture that’s become legendary.

Standing just beyond the city is the mythical 2518m peak of Mount Taranaki, which offers more than 200km of walks and hikes across its slopes, and a ski field that makes Taranaki one of the few places in the world where you can ski and surf in the same morning, with a decent coffee in between. 

For information on Taranaki and accommodation options please click here 

 


 

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