Destination New Zealand 

New Zealand is one of the most livable countries in the world - see what it's like to live and work in beautiful Aotearoa

Visa & Immigration Information

New Zealand Immigration - We are an accredited employer and while unable to give immigration advice due to New Zealand law, our recruitment team will do as much as they can to help you through the application process. We can also provide you with the contact details of an immigration adviser if required. Many of our vacancies are considered as 'essential skills in demand' and applicants for work visas in this area are given priority.

Getting ready to plan your move?

Find our more about our office locations:

Here are some sites that can help:

NZ Ready - An online planning tool to assist anyone migrating to New Zealand.

New Zealand Now - A guide to living and working in New Zealand.

Settlement Support New Zealand - Provides information about living and working in New Zealand.

Move2NZ - Information for migrants and support through forums, chat rooms, experts and updates.

Te Ara - Provides a comprehensive guide to our peoples, natural environment, history, culture, economy and society.

ENZ - Moving your pets with you to New Zealand.

Sorted - An independent money guide designed for New Zealand.

Taxes & Inland Revenue

Before you can work in New Zealand you will need to register with our Inland Revenue Department and get an IRD number.

New Zealand Tax Calculator - With tax rates being different all around the world, this is a useful tool to help you calculate how much tax you may be paying in New Zealand.

Money & Banking

Most of our banks can help you set up your account before you leave home. Below are links to New Zealand's largest banks websites where you can find detailed information on setting up an account, transferring money internationally and getting a mortage in NZ.

 NZASBANZWestpac and  Kiwibank 

Renting or Buying a Property

When you're new to a country it can be hard to know where to look, here are some useful places to start looking for your new home. 

Property Press

Trade Me

Benefits of Living and Working in New Zealand