Snapper on the bus
Snapper is a great way to pay and get around by bus, whether you travel every day or just occasionally.
Boarding a bus with Snapper is a lot faster than paying with cash. Just tag on when you board, and tag off again at the end of your trip. Snapper has been making bus travel in Wellington a breeze since 2008, making thousands of people’s daily travel quicker and easier.
GO Wellington provides bus services throughout the Wellington City area. GO Wellington has a fleet of 223 buses, including Wellington’s iconic trolley buses. There are approximately 387 GO Wellington bus drivers and staff. GO Wellington was bought by Wellington-based company, Infratil, in late 2005 and is part of the NZ Bus family of services.
Valley Flyer buses connect Upper Hutt, Wainuiomata, Eastbourne, Stokes Valley and Wellington. The Valley Flyer logo, showing a tui in full flight, also expresses the winding flow of the Hutt River and the hills and mountains that frame the Valley landscape. Illustrations featured on the Valley Flyer buses capture a slice of life in the Hutt – fishing, swimming, golfing, surfing and enjoying the Hutt River.
The CityLink Whangarei bus services are operated by Ritchies and contracted to the Northland Regional Council. Every CityLink trip departs from Rose Street Bus Terminus in the central city, travels a circular route out to a suburb and returns to Rose St.
All Snapper top ups can be done at the Rose Street Bus Terminus. The office at Rose Street will be open for CityLink/Snapper top ups on Monday – Friday 7.30am to 9.30am and 3pm to 5.30pm. The office will be closed on weekends and public holidays.
Information on tickets and fares can be found on the CityLink website.