Since its opening in June 2010, Toll Stadium has hosted a range of local, national and international sporting events, including two Rugby World Cup matches in 2011. Situated in Whangarei, Toll Stadium is the home of the Northland Taniwha who play in the ITM cup Competition.
The 2017 British and Irish Lions will kick off their tour at the Toll Stadium on 3 June. With a capacity crowd of 30,000 people, there will be an incredible atmosphere at this opening match.
Whangarei Local Attractions
Whangarei is located in the north of New Zealand. Tourists visiting the Whangarei district are spoilt for things to do; sublime beaches and coastlines, offshore islands and an intangible spirit of belonging that takes over the people and landscape alike.
A trail walk around the Whangarei Falls Scenic Reserve, one of New Zealand’s best loved and well-known landmarks, comes highly recommended. The Falls are just a short drive from the stadium, and boast some of the most spectacular views and bush scenery. There are three viewing platforms from which to take in the 26m high Falls.