Tickets for the 2016 Anzac Test are available to the general public from noon NZ today through Ticketmaster.

The annual NZ Kiwis v Australia fixture will be staged for the second-to-last time at Newcastle’s Hunter Stadium on May 6, with a women’s curtainraiser between NZ Kiwi Ferns and Australian Jillaroos.

Individual general admission tickets cost just $35, with family passes at $95.

Pre-sale tickets to Knights club members opened Monday, while Anzac and Pacific Test seats were offered to NRL members yesterday.

Hunter Stadium has a standard capacity of 33,000 spectators.

The Pacific doubleheader at Parramatta, May 7, will see Tonga v Samoa and Fiji v Papa New Guinea, with an NZ Junior Kiwis v Australian Junior Kangaroos curtainraiser.

Adult ticket prices for this event start at $20, with a $60 family package also offered.

The Anzac Test will see the Kiwis defend the Bill Kelly Cup and the world #1 ranking against a Kangaroos outfit guided by Aussie legend Mal Meninga for the first time.

“The representative round will showcase some of the game’s best players, across our juniors, our women and of course our seniors,” says NRL head of football Todd Greenberg.

“In his time, so far, as part of the Kangaroos programme, Mal Meninga has brought some real passion to the jersey and I’m sure that will be replicated against the Kiwis.

“The Kiwis, on the other hand, have had some real success against the Kangaroos in recent times and will be looking to continue that dominance.”

Don’t delay … be among the first to claim your tickets here.