Visitor Information

i-SITE Visitor Centre
At each i-SITE around the country you'll find local staff brimming with knowledge about the best things to see and do in the area. From major attractions to hidden gems off the beaten path, our friendly staff can help plan an itinerary that works for you, whatever your time and budget. 

As New Zealand's official Visitor Information Network with over 80 locations nationwide, we are able to provide comprehensive, up-to-date information and a New Zealand wide booking service for activities, attractions, accommodation and transport.

i-SITE staff offer objective, personalised advice to maximise your experience while keeping your particular needs and interests in mind. So make the most of your travels. Visit each local i-SITE to ensure you experience the very best of what New Zealand has to offer.

New Zealand Tourism Awards - recognising and rewarding excellence. 
The New Zealand Tourism Award winners represent some of the most unique, quality tourism experiences available. Look out for the koru of the Tourism Awards winners logo. It is our assurance that you will receive the best product, experience or service New Zealand has to offer.
For more inform
ation visit New Zealand Tourism Awards.

Poste Restante
Enquiries can be made at any Post Office for the nearest post shop offering this service (usually the main post office for the town). Letters are held for up to three months, unless the sender requests a shorter period. There is no charge for letter mail, but a small charge for holding large parcels. You will need to have ID with you when you collect your mail.

Internet Cafes
The easiest way to stay in touch while travelling. For the most up-to-date listing of Internet Cafes and Internet Online Services, check the New Zealand Yellow Pages. 

Tourist FM Radio
Tourist Information FM radio provides visitors travelling throughout New Zealand with information on the history and culture of an area, the availability of local services, accommodation and activities 24 hours a day. A blue road sign tells visitors they are in a broadcast area with transmission on frequency 88.2 FM (100.4 FM for German language and 100.8 FM for Japanese language). 

Kiwi Search Engine
From the www.linknz.co.nz Kiwi search engine find more than 12,000 tourism related websites.

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