- What can you not bring into New Zealand?
- Can I bring ibuprofen to New Zealand?
- What do I need to declare at NZ Customs?
- What is illegal in New Zealand?
- How much cash can I bring into NZ?
- Can I take my medication to New Zealand?
- How much does an average meal cost in New Zealand?
- Can I take tea into New Zealand?
- What can I bring or post to NZ?
- What items do you need to declare at customs?
- How much money do you need in your bank account to go to New Zealand?
- Can I bring chocolate to New Zealand?
What can you not bring into New Zealand?
Make sure you are not bringing any of these things in to New Zealand:any animals or insects (alive or dead)feathers.shells.plants or flowers.traditional or herbal medicines.fresh foods, including meat, fruit and vegetables.some packaged food, including some kinds of cheese..
Can I bring ibuprofen to New Zealand?
Advil and Tylenol are not available in NZ. I take Advil to NZ from Australia and have never experienced any problems with Customs etc. Ensure you have the Advil or Tylenol in the retail packaging to present to Customs if asked.
What do I need to declare at NZ Customs?
You must declare any items that could be risky (Ministry for Primary Industries) on your passenger arrival card. Risky items include: food. fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, poultry, honey, ingredients used in cooking, and all dairy products.
What is illegal in New Zealand?
Alcohol, illegal substances and guns Along with many other countries, the use, possession, cultivation or trafficking/dealing of illicit substances including cannabis/weed is illegal in New Zealand. Strict gun control is enforced. Only those with a current firearm licence/permit can own and use firearms.
How much cash can I bring into NZ?
Bringing cash into New Zealand There is no restriction on how much foreign currency you can bring in to or take out of New Zealand. However, if you arrive at an airport carrying more than NZ$10,000 in cash you will need to complete a Border Cash Report.
Can I take my medication to New Zealand?
If you arrive in New Zealand carrying prescription medicine on your person or in your luggage you may only bring it in if you: Declare the medicine on your Passenger Arrival Card (PDF 35 KB) Have a copy of the medicine’s prescription or a letter from your doctor stating that you are being treated with the medicine.
How much does an average meal cost in New Zealand?
The prices at normal restaurants vary tremendously, but you can expect to pay anywhere between $8 and $15 for breakfast and between $20 and $40 for dinner per person. The cost of lunch sits somewhere between the cost of breakfast and dinner but may cost as much as dinner if you tend to have big lunches.
Can I take tea into New Zealand?
Yes, you must declare them and yes, they will be allowed in. NZ doesn’t have much of a tea industry & the processing is enough to kill any nasties.
What can I bring or post to NZ?
Can I bring or post it to New Zealand?Food.Equipment, clothing, and wooden items.Alcohol, cigarettes, tobacco, drugs, and medicines.Something else.
What items do you need to declare at customs?
What Must I Declare?Anything you bought (including from duty-free shops or on a ship or airplane)Anything you inherited or received as a gift (you’ll have to estimate the fair market price of the gift)Anything you brought home for a friend.Anything you plan to use or sell in your business.More items…
How much money do you need in your bank account to go to New Zealand?
You must have a return ticket or sufficient funds to buy one when entering the country, and a minimum of NZ$4,200 in your bank account.
Can I bring chocolate to New Zealand?
The question on the arrival card is “Are you bringing into NZ any food, including: cooked, uncooked, fresh, preserved, packaged or dried? Chocolate fits into 2 of these categories so the answer should be “YES”. You are permitted to bring in chocolate, along with quite a large number of other food items.