By Fraser Clements
Whether you're looking for practical planning tips or you're interested in New Zealand's history and culture, here are some facts to get you started.
Find out more about New Zealand weather patterns and learn more about typical temperatures for seasons. Find out what to wear for each climate.
If you’re thinking about visiting to New Zealand, passport and visa organisation is key. Learn how to obtain a visa for New Zealand for a trouble free vacation.
New Zealand's unit of currency is the dollar (NZ$). Find out what travel costs in New Zealand to help you plan your trip.
Driving in New Zealand is different to driving in other countries. Ensure you are prepared before getting behind the wheel.
We want all visitors to have a safe and enjoyable time in New Zealand.
This page provides answers to common questions from travellers to New Zealand.
i-SITE is New Zealand’s official visitor information network with over 80 i-SITEs nationwide
Planning a holiday to New Zealand? This section has important and practical travel information we recommend you read before you depart.
New Zealand's friendly and down-to-earth people will be one of the things you treasure most about your visit.
Learn about the history of New Zealand, from the early settlement by the Maori to the arrival of Europeans.
Learn more about the indigenous people of New Zealand. Māori are the tangata whenua - the people of the land of Aotearoa New Zealand, and their culture is an integral part of local life. Experience Māori culture first-hand in many parts of the country, including Rotorua.
You'll find a variety of awesome landscapes in New Zealand, all within easy reach of each other.
Since New Zealand drifted away from the super-continent, a unique flora and fauna has evolved, leaving a land full of interesting plants and creatures. Find out how you can experience New Zealand's wildlife when you visit.
The Tiaki Promise is a commitment to care for New Zealand, for now, and for future generations. Follow our Tiaki Promise to guard, protect and preserve our home for future generations.