Westpac Stadium has yet to be inspected but is expected to be fit to host next week's All Black test against the Wallabies.
Yesterday's 6.6 magnitude earthquake had put the clash in doubt with events at the stadium cancelled until inspections take place.
The stadium's chief executive Shane Harmon said the facility's carpark had been inspected and was structurally sound.
While there were no obvious signs of damage, the stadium itself would be checked by engineers on Monday.
"It's purely a precautionary thing. We're not anticipating any problems but public safety is our number one priority."
Earlier Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-Brown appeared to confirm the Bledisloe Cup match-up would go ahead in the stadium saying "it might rattle the opposition a bit" but the go-ahead won't now be given until the start of the week.
The All Blacks and Australia clash in Sydney tonight in the opening match of this season's Rugby Championship.
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