Cambridge is centrally-located, making it an ideal place to reach main centres and popular tourism spots in the North Island. See below for more information about getting around by bus, plane, car, rail, taxi and the town favourite, bike!
Group Transport with Greta from Bike Hike Stay
Greta provides an immaculate 10 seater van, plus trailer if required. She is available for travel around Cambridge, Airport transfers, and even the rest of New Zealand. She also runs her own trips – anything from Rotorua to Auckland, Wellington and even the South Island. Greta epitomises the Cambridge welcome and relaxed approach and will make any journey enjoyable.
Contact Greta for information and prices tailored to your trip 027 2557 225, or visit her website for more information Bike Hike Stay
You can also join our Travel Club for all trips from Cambridge and beyond. Join HERE
Cambridge’s relatively flat terrain, wide streets and footpaths, cycle lanes and pedestrian crossings make it ideal for biking around. So bring you own or hire when you get here. There are many bike racks around town and on the main street to park up at. We also have bike friendly Town Belt loop through, made beautiful by all of our exotic and native trees , some as old as 150 years.
For Bike Hire Options, contact the Cambridge i-SITE. They hire bikes from as little as $10, but can also arrange E-Bikes and child friendly options. Advance bookings are advised. 07 823 3456 / firstname.lastname@example.org / BIKE HIRE
The town has a taxi service, Cambridge Taxis, which operates seven days.
Bookings can be made by telephone at 07 827 5999
National and public buses service Cambridge seven days a week, with frequent services north, east, south and west. Intercity coaches pick up and depart from the Lake Street bus stop beside the Cambridge Town Hall.
For bookings and timetables please visit the Cambridge i-SITE Information Centre on the corner of Queen and Victoria streets or phone 07 823-3456.
Hamilton to Cambridge public bus service
Busit # 20 Cambridge Timetable
Connecting the Waikato and Auckland, Te Huia is capable of carrying over 500 passengers per day, transforming the journey of those travelling between Hamilton, Huntly and Auckland.
Te Huia Train Service
Cambridge is on the North Island’s main State Highway 1 between Hamilton and Rotorua/Taupo. Residents and visitors have a choice when travelling between Auckland and Cambridge of either driving via Hamilton (SH1) or via Taupiri (SH1B). The latter route provides some classic rural scenery.
Car Hire: For prices and availability, phone 07 823 3456. Car rental operators (Thrifty, Hertz, Budget, Avis, europcar) are based at Hamilton Airport, 18km from Cambridge.
Hamilton Airport ensures we’re never far from the rest of the country – or the world. The airport (Hamilton Airport 18km, 18 mins from Cambridge) is the country’s fourth busiest and has regular flights to main centres. You can leave Cambridge and be enjoying a coffee in central Wellington in less than two hours! Flights also link with international services out of Auckland.
The nearest railway station is at Hamilton (23kms, 25 minutes’ drive), providing access to the Northern Explorer rail service (three days a week). The service runs between Auckland-Hamilton-National Park-Ohakune-Palmerston North-Wellington.