Find Us & Parking

You can find us at 305 Queen Street, Auckland

We have two entrances, one off Queen Street where we are just next door to the Town Hall, and the other off Lower Greys Avenue just next to the Basement Theatre.

Need a Map?

Find out how to get to Q from where you are here.

Where Can I Park?

There are loads of car parks right at our doorstep, including:
The Civic Car Park and The Rendezvous Hotel Car Park

Access parking is available in both car parks.
There is also very limited street parking on Queen Street or Greys Avenue.
For more information on parking in Auckland visit Auckland Transport.

Can I Take the Bus or Train to Q?

We are a short walk from Britomart central train station, and many bus routes have stops right outside. For train and bus routes to Q please visit Maxx Transport and type in Queen Street, Auckland Central as your destination.

Can I Catch A Taxi Home?

You can call for a taxi from Q’s Lounge bar. Otherwise, the closest taxi rank is just down Queen Street on the corner of Wellesley Street West. For up to date information on taxi ranks in the CBD go to Auckland Transport.

Eat & Drink at Citizen Q

Visit Q

So you’re coming to Q. You’ve even picked a show and bought your tickets. You’ll need to know how to get here. But that’s just the beginning. Arrive early and head to the cafe, you can have dinner or just a snack. You’re only missing one thing - a drink. It’s lucky we’ve got a great bar then... more

Support Us

Whether you’re an individual who loves the theatre, or a company who’s looking to forge a new creative partnership, we’d love to hear from you.

More about Supporting Q

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    Bernadette Rae
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