Starting from just £9.39, your postage to New Zealand could arrive on the other side of the world in just 1-3 days.
With both economy and express delivery to New Zealand, you can be sure we’ve got a service to suit you no matter what your needs are.
When you send a parcel to New Zealand, we will always send you the paperwork you need to breeze through customs, but it’s important to check New Zealand’s customs website too. This means you can be sure you’re not sending any items that are prohibited or could hold up your parcel’s arrival. Shipping prohibited items into New Zealand could result in a NZ$400 fine so it’s really important that you avoid this.
It’s also a good idea to avoid shipping to New Zealand on the country’s public holidays and non-working days (Saturday and Sundays) because this could delay your parcel arriving when you need it to.
Get a quote to see how much you could save on your postage to New Zealand.
If you’re sending a gift to an individual in New Zealand and it costs less than NZ$110 (about £56) then you won’t have to pay any duties on the item you’re shipping!
If your postage to New Zealand is over the value of NZ$110 or is not a gift, then you may have to pay import duty depending on the type of item. A Goods and Service Tax of 15% applies to all deliveries to New Zealand that are over the value of NZ$1000.
When it comes to the forms you need for your parcel to pass through New Zealand Customs, don’t worry. We’ll send you all the documents you need for your delivery to New Zealand so all you have to do is complete the paperwork and we’ll do the rest.
We know that working out customs duties and charges can be confusing but you can use the Duty Estimator on New Zealand’s Customs website to make things easier. Just choose your items and enter their value and the site will show you a broken down list of charges if applicable.
It’s important to make sure you’ve addressed your postage to New Zealand right.
It's important to know that there are three types of addresses in New Zealand: urban, rural and PO box. Here’s an example of an urban delivery.
Use this guide for more on how to address a parcel to New Zealand.
Shipping to New Zealand with Parcel2Go is easy:
First, check you’re not sending any prohibited item and once you’re all clear, package your parcel - check out our packaging guide to make sure your goods are secure.
Next, measure your parcel and enter the dimensions into our quick quote tool.
Complete the order process, fill in the customs declarations and we’ll do the rest!
Restricted items include:
Animals or agricultural items, including any plants or soils
Media, such as books and DVDs, that contains objectionable material
Medicines and medical equipment
Tobacco and tobacco products
Weapons or toy weapons
Wooden items, even cork
For a full comprehensive list of prohibited items and items you can send only with a permit, check out our prohibited items list and filter by ‘New Zealand’ and the courier you choose to use. If you’re unsure about what you can and can’t send or about any duties and taxes, remember you can contact New Zealand Customs Service here.