Conferences and Events Ltd
PO Box 24078, Manners St,
Tel: +64 4 384 1511
Fax: +64 4 384 4667
Please note that you need to make
your own travel arrangements and remember to book early to get the best
operates flights to and from Australia and Pacific Islands. Therefore
you are likely to fly into New Zealand's other major International
airports in Auckland or Christchurch and will need to connect to a
domestic flight internally.
The journey from the Wellington
International Airport to the City Centre Wellington by taxi
will cost approx $30 - $35 one way, and takes around 20 minutes. - Tel:
Wellington Combined Taxis 04 384 4444.
Shuttle transport is via
Super Shuttle. This is door to door (Airport to InterContinental Hotel
Wellington) and takes approximately 35 - 40 minutes.
Adult one way $17 per person, $6 for each additional person in the same
group. - Tel: 0800 SHUTTLE (748885).
The cost of airport transfers is not included in your registration fee.
Please ensure that your passport and visa, if required, is in order.
to New Zealand must hold a passport valid for at least three months
after the date of departure. You must check whether or not you require
a visa. If you do, you must obtain all of your visas in advance before
you travel. Obtaining the appropriate visa is delegate's own
responsibility. Your registration acceptance letter, which you will
receive once you have registered and paid the delegate fee, should be
sufficient to prove your need to visit New Zealand.
Please check the
information in the visa section carefully to check if you
visa and how to obtain one if you do. Please note: obtaining visas can
take several weeks, so register early.
New Zealand: Biosecurity Procedures
New Zealand Government has very tight biosecurity inspection at all
international airports. No food is allowed to be brought into New
Zealand. On arrival in New Zealand, all international passengers are
asked to fill in the declaration. Then all luggage is screened by X-ray
and may be physically searched. Detector dogs which can smell food and
plant material on people and in bags operate at all airports. There is
a fine of NZ$ 200 for any undeclared restricted or prohibited goods
found on anyone arriving in New Zealand.
Click here to find out more
information on New Zealand Biosecurity Regulations
travellers from more than 50 countries do not require a Visitors Visa
for stays less than 3 months. You do not need a visa or permit to visit
New Zealand if you are:
However, all visitors require:
- A citizen of a
country which has a visa waiver agreement with NZ. Click here to find out more;
- A New Zealand
citizen or Resident Permit Holder;
- A passport that is valid for
at least three months after your departure from New Zealand;
- An onward or return ticket
to a country that you have permission to enter;
- Sufficient money to support
yourself during your stay, approximately NZ$1,000 per month per person.
If you need a visa, here are some useful links:
- Full information is
available online, click here
to access New Zealand Immigration website. Please read New Zealand has
strict rules to protect its agricultural industries from imported pests
and diseases. If you bring in items such as food and plants, these must
be declared to Ministry of Agriculture and Farming Officials.
other countries, New Zealand has strict security concerning drugs,
firearms and other dangerous goods. For more information, click here to
visit New Zealand Bio Security site. the Passports and Visas section
carefully or visit your local New Zealand Embassy.
- Click here to find out what you need to
do to apply for a New Zealand Visitor Visa. Please remember to obtain
visa in advance.
- Click here to find out your nearest New
Zealand Embassy and fees involved in the process.
Zealand has strict rules to protect its agricultural industries from
imported pests and diseases. If you bring in items such as food and
plants, these must be declared to Ministry of Agriculture and Farming
Like other countries, New Zealand has strict security
concerning drugs, firearms and other dangerous goods. For more
information, click here to visit New Zealand Bio
Insurance & Vaccinations Requirements
recommend that you have comprehensive medical insurance for the
duration of your visit. If you are from the United Kingdom or
Australia, you will get the same immediate medical coverage as a New
Zealand citizen or resident due to the Reciprocal Health Agreements.
are required if travelling to New Zealand from yellow-fever-infected
area. This is most likely to affect delegates travelling to New Zealand
from certain regions in Latin America or Africa. Please check with your
local travel agent or health centre for the vaccination requirements.