Transport & Train Transport All competitors will need to make their own way to Race Headquaters at Forsyth Barr Stadium. Free transport will be provided to take Full Marathon runners to the start at Harington Point. Free buses will be available to transport competitors from the finish at Port Chalmers back to the Forsyth Barr Stadium Dunedin. Important : Please indicate your transport requirements on the Entry Form Departure Times: Full Marathon: Outside Forsyth Barr Stadium between 6.15am - 6.30am. Port Chalmers to Dunedin: Buses will depart approximately every 15 minutes from outside Watson Park between 11.45am and1.30pm. Safety and Supporters All competitors enter at their own risk, traffic will be on the course at all times. Speed restrictions and road detours will be in place, full details will be in your Race Pack. Supporters are urged to contribute to a safe and enjojable event. If possible minimize the volume of traffic to Port Chalmers, arrive early, secure a park, then make your way to Watson Park. Albertson Avenue will be closed, only emergency vehicles and buses will be allowed to enter. Supporter Train A unique opportunity to view the event from the comfort of the Taieri Gorge Train. Supporters can purchase tickets (including for those competitors they wish to bring back to Dunedin on the train). Competitors wanting to return to Dunedin on the train can also purchase tickets, they will need to have completed the event in time to board the train by the 12.45pm depature time. Train returns to Dunedin Railway Station only. Tickets price for 2013 TBC Can be purchased from Taieri Gorge Railway at Dunedin Railway Station, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, specify Train/Date/Number of passengers and contact details. Train Schedule Departs Dunedin Railway Station at 9.30am Stops include alongside Cycle/Walkway between Ravensbourne and Maia until 10.45am; between St Leonards and Curles Point approximately 10 mins; Sawyers Bay 10 - 15 mins. The train arrives at Port Chalmers approximately 11.30am; supporters can then make their way to Watson Park. Departs Port Chalmers to Dunedin at 12.45pm. Safety Taieri Gorge Railway staff will be on the train and have complete understanding of the safety requirements. On arrival at Port Chalmers supporters can make their way toWatson Park via a track at the southern end of the station platform. Please ensure that all safety measures in place are followed.