Full time has been called on the Capital's RWC matches, with the South Africa versus Australia quarter final match this evening the last game to be played in Wellington.
Wellington Police District RWC Operation Commander Inspector Simon Perry says Police have been overwhelmed with the excellent behaviour of overseas visitors to Wellington in recent weeks.
"We have had a huge number of RWC fans in and around the city since the tournament kicked off, and we've had no major incidents to date. Last night the Courtenay Place Fanzone was very busy, but the crowd enjoyed the festive atmosphere, as did Police staff, who have thoroughly enjoyed interacting with our overseas guests."
At tonight's game at Wellington Regional Stadium, there were six evictions and no arrests.
Inspector Perry says after months of planning with partner agencies, Police are pleased with how well the Wellington component of the RWC has gone.
"Police would like to thank the Wellington City Council, Maori Wardens, Military Police, KiwiRail, Wellington Airport, Port of Wellington, taxi companies and the local hospitality industry for their support and assistance throughout the tournament so far, ensuring all visitors to Wellington have been able to enjoy our city safely."
Inspector Perry says Police from across the Wellington District are out and about in the city this evening and will continue to maintain a highly visible presence throughout the duration of the RWC.