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IronMāori Triathlon Half Road Closures

Published: 18 November 2019

Last Updated: 4 December 2019

ABA Iron Maori 11 v2

There is a course change and road closures for the IronMāori Triathlon events in 2019 which have been approved by the New Zealand Transport Agency and Napier City Council.  The closures will contribute to the safety of the large numbers of participants and spectators. 

Friday 29 November 2019 5am – Saturday 30 November 2019 8:00 p.m.
  • Perfume Point Access Road and Hot Chick Car Parks. These areas will be closed to traffic. 
Saturday 30 November 2019 3am – 2pm
  • Marine Parade from Browning Street to Vautier Street. The Marine Parade Parking Precinct (north lane) will be able to be accessed from Vautier Street and exit at Albion Street to allow vehicles from the parking precinct to exit these areas.
  • Hardinge Road
  • Breakwater Road
  • Marine Parade
  • Warren Street roundabout
  • One way lane closures seaward side only of Hardinge Road from Bridge Street to Breakwater Road/SH50 and Marine Parade from Vautier Street to Ellison Street/SH51, including the Warren Street roundabout.
  • Access to the Freedom Camping and Pump Track will be from the south and vehicles will be able to turn right when free.


Saturday 30 November 2019 3am – 2pm (Car Parking) 
  • All car parks on the Hawke’s Bay Sports Fishing Club to Bridge Street side of Nelson Quay will be closed from 3:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Hardinge Road from 3:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Vehicles parked within the closed sections may be towed at owner’s risk and expense.
Please note all road timings are approximate, dependent on the race event timings.
Local detours will be available.
Full access will be available for residents of the closed roads as well as pedestrians and cyclists.
Extensive traffic management will be in place to make sure that the events run smoothly and safely.
Parking along sections of several roads will be prohibited to allow cyclists space to negotiate the corners. Marshals will be on duty to direct motorists to take the appropriate detours.
We apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused by the road closures and traffic management plan. Your co-operation is much appreciated over this time.

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