The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is taking place Down Under in Australia and New Zealand, from February 14 to March 29. It’s the ideal opportunity to enjoy one of the world’s major sporting events, while travelling around these beautiful countries in a campervan. Our exclusive Motorhome Republic Cricket World Cup has itineraries for New Zealand, Australia and England, plus guides to the teams, venues and key fixtures. Get booking your camper rental today at motorhomerepublic.com.
Motorhome Republic Cricket World Cup Road Trip Itineraries
February 14 to February 28
Christchurch to Nelson to Wellington to Auckland
February 28 to March 13,
Auckland to Napier to Hamilton
February 16 to February 23
Auckland to Wellington to Christchurch
February 14 to February 21
Melbourne to Brisbane
New Zealand and Australia welcome the worldThe first ball of the tournament will be bowled at Hagley Oval, Christchurch, on Valentine’s Day, Saturday February 14. Sri Lanka take on New Zealand in a mouth-watering clash. A few hours later, England play Australia in a second blockbuster fixture. Games are then spread throughout the regions of New Zealand and Australia. Here’s a quick guide to the venues and Cricket World Cup 2015 fixtures.
NZHagley Oval, Christchurch: Hosting three games, Sri Lanka v NZ, Pakistan v West Indies, England v Scotland.
Eden Park, Auckland: Hosting four games, Australia v NZ, South Africa v Pakistan, India v Zimbabwe and a semifinal.
Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington: Hosting four games, England v NZ, England v Sri Lanka, South Africa v UAE and a quarter-final.
Seddon Park, Hamilton: Hosting three games, South Africa v Zimbabwe, India v Ireland, Bangladesh v NZ.
McLean Park, Napier: Hosting three games, Pakistan v UAE, NZ v Afghanistan, West Indies v UAE
Saxton Oval, Nelson: Hosting three games, West Indies v Ireland, Zimbabwe v UAE, Bangladesh v Scotland.
University Oval, Dunedin: Hosting three games, NZ v Scotland, Sri Lanka v Afghanistan, Afghanistan v Scotland.
AustraliaMCG, Melbourne: Hosting five fixtures, Eng v Aus, South Africa v India, Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, a quarter-final and final.
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney: Hosting five games, South Africa v West Indies, Australia v Sri Lanka, England v Afghanistan, a quarter-final and semifinal.
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide: Hosting four games, Ind v Pak, Eng v Bangladesh, Pakistan v Ireland and a quarter-final.
The Gabba, Brisbane: Hosting three games, Aus v Bangladesh, Ireland v UAE, Pakistan v Zimbabwe.
Manuka Oval, Canberra: Hosting three games, Bangladesh v Afghanistan, West Indies v Zim, South Africa v Ireland.
WACA, Perth: Hosting three games, Ind v UAE, Aus v Afghanistan, India v West Indies.
Bellerive Oval, Hobart: Hosting three games, Zimbabwe v Ireland, Sri Lanka v Scotland, Aus v Scot