Travel Information

 

Flights to New Zealand are available from many international destinations. 

Depending on where you’re coming from, there are a number of airports 

that you can fly into, so you’re closeto where you want to be. 

 

ENTRY VISAS

 

We enjoy welcoming visitors to New Zealand and we’d like to think that

when you come here that you have an experience to remember - but for the

right reasons. So if you’re coming to New Zealand, it’s a good idea to make sure you have everything ready.

 

Most travelers need to obtain a visa prior to entering New Zealand. However, the good news is that New Zealand authorities have taken many steps to make this process as straightforward as possible.

 

You do not need a visa or permit to visit New Zealand if you are:

  • A New Zealand/Australia citizen or Resident Permit holder

  • An Australian citizen travelling on an Australian passport

  • British citizen and or British passport holder who can produce evidence of the right to reside permanently in the UK (you can stay up to six months)

  • A citizen of a country which has a visa waiver agreement with New Zealand (you can stay up to three months).

  • If you come from Visa-waiver countries, you don't need a visa to enter New Zealand, but are still required to provide:

  • Travel tickets or evidence of onward travel arrangements

  • Evidence that you can support yourself in New Zealand (approximately NZ$1000 per month per person).

 

When you arrive in New Zealand, you’ll need to be carrying a passport that is valid for at least three months beyond your intended departure date. Many people will qualify for visa-free entry, but depending on your country of origin, some will need to apply for a visa before they travel. 

 

You can apply for a Visiting Visa for the conference using the following link: 

Local Weather

 

Local weather (ref. Wikipedia) for Auckland in June would generally be 15.5°C (59.9°F) at the highest average, and the lowest average would be 8.1°C (46.6°F).

How to get to the venue or hotels from Auckland Airport

 

There are various transport options from Auckland Airport to the venue or hotels. From Auckland airport to Auckland CBD: 

Taxi, estimated to be $85NZD, Super shuttle - $35NZD and Airbus $16NZD.

 However, the Airbus will take you to the Airbus stops and not directly to hotels or the conference venue. For this reason, in order to go directly to the conference venue or hotels, it is best to take the Super shuttle or taxi from Auckland Airport or to contact the hotel instead.

 

For more Auckland city transport information please visit:

 

Auckland Airport to Hotels

Hotels to Venue

Air Bus Stop

Air Bus Stop

Air Bus Stop

Air Bus Stop

ANZ Viaduct Events Centre

161 Halsey Street

Visit                                              for more info on air bus.

 

A. ANZ Viaduct Events Centre:161 Halsey Street

B. Heritage Hotel : 35 Hobson Street (12 minutes walking distance)

C. Rydges Hotel59 Federal Street (13 minutes walking distance)

D. Crowne Plaza Hotel128 Albert Street (17 minutes walking distance)

 

*Halsey St closed during conference time: if driving, follow Daldy St detour from Fanshawe St 

 

 

 

City Link Buses

You can catch the city link bus from your nearest bus stop

(e.g. Fanshawe St, near Bradnor Lane - Stop 7034, or Queen St, opposite Dunkin Doughnuts - Stop 7053)  and leave the bus at: 63 Jellicoe St - Wynyard Quarter, then a 5 minute walk to ANZ Viaduct Events Centre

 

Timetable

Monday to Saturday
Every 7 to 8 minutes*
6.25am to 11.25pm

 

Sunday and Public Holiday
Every 10 minutes*
7am to 11.20pm

 

*Actual frequency may vary.

 

Cost

$1.00 maximum adult and tertiary cash fare and 50c maximum child cash fare.

 

Visit                                   for more bus options