Far North District Council refuse transfer stations, community recycling centres, service centres, libraries and i-SITE visitor information centres will remain open at COVID-19 Alert Level 2. However, physical distancing is in place. We ask our customers to scan QR codes or record visits in the registers available to support contact tracing. Face masks are also encouraged.
The Northland Regional Council provides a number of passenger transport services to help you get around Northland. BusLink has been created to make it easier to find all the information you need. Visit the BusLink website to access timetables.
The majority of bus shelters in the Far North District have been erected and are maintained by individuals or community groups. The Council is not responsible for maintenance of privately erected bus shelters.
Council will investigate requests for new bus shelters. The request should be made in writing using the Community Funding application form(PDF, 612KB) and should include:
Council engineers will check the proposed location for suitability and safety. If the site is acceptable a copy of the request will be supplied to the appropriate Community Board for a decision.
Some general conditions to guide applicants:
Requests for bus shelters on a State Highway should be referred to NZTA.
Far North District Council5 Memorial Ave (Head Office)
Mail to: Private Bag 752, Kaikohe 0440
P 0800 920 029 (free within NZ)
F +64 9 401 5200