makes it simple to send a parcel to New Zealand by helping you find great deals on both express and economy shipments. We work with the best New Zealand courier companies to find the cheapest, fastest services for your needs and we even offer free cover up to £50 on every shipment*.
So whether you’re sending a gift to a loved one, importing a shipment from New Zealand to the UK, or exporting a large commercial air-freight shipment, with , your parcel is in safe hands.
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’s great rates for shipping to New Zealand are up to 60% cheaper than the cost of postage, and we include £50 free cover on every shipment*, so you save both time and money.
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*excluding Hermes deliveries
Whatever the shape or size of your package, makes it simple to send it to New Zealand. We ship everything from parcels to pallets every day, so we’ve got the postage option to suit your budget.
And if you’d like to ship something in the other direction, ’s import services can help you ship from New Zealand to the UK. We can even collect your parcel on the same day from throughout New Zealand.
Express – 2/4 Day Delivery
Economy – 4/6 Day Delivery
Express – 3/5 Day Delivery
Economy – 8 Day Delivery
Fast 2 – 4 day delivery.
Pre 9am, 10:30am and Noon Delivery.
Economy 4 – 6 day New Zealand Delivery.
When you send to New Zealand, every package passes through customs to be inspected and taxed. This means that many parcels have duties and taxes applied to them before they are cleared. This is not always the case however, and parcels worth less than NZ$400 should pass through customs without having to pay fees.
Customs paperwork is one of the most important elements of sending internationally, so be sure that it is properly filled in. It’s vital to be clear and declare everything in your shipment.
If you book your shipment in good time, we can pick-up your parcel on the same day in many locations in New Zealand and the UK. Large and heavy parcels require an advance booking however, and you may be required to help your courier load your shipment.
If you’re not available for a collection, you can often use a drop-off point. These are local businesses that you can drop your package off at when it’s convenient for you. It’s cheaper than shipping directly too, saving you more money.
Unless you’ve chosen to use one of our timed delivery services, your parcel will be delivered between 9am and 7pm on normal working days. We will make three attempts for all deliveries to New Zealand. With our timed delivery services, you can narrow your delivery window, so the person you’re sending to doesn’t have to wait in all day.
Several of our partner carriers may leave your package in a safe place without requiring proof of delivery. If you must have a signature, please use the upgrade option ‘Signature required’ on our ‘select service page’.
have the safest hands in the business, and you can be sure of that with our parcel tracking service. We update your tracking as the package travels, so you always know what progress it has made. In the unlikely event that there is an issue with your parcel, we’ll get in touch to explain the issues.
To follow your parcel’s journey live, all you have to do is log in to your account or enter your tracking number into our tracking tool and we’ll show you where your parcel is, and its current status.Learn more about tracking your New Zealand parcel
When sending gifts to New Zealand, if the gift you’re sending is worth less than NZ$400, duties and taxes will not be applied. If the gift is worth more, then you will only be taxed on the amount that is above NZ$400.
For example, if you were sending a present worth NZ$1,000 to Auckland from the UK, when your package arrived at New Zealand customs you would only be charged duties and taxes on NZ$600 of its value.
If you are moving or returning to New Zealand after being out of the country for 21 months or more (or are moving for the first time), your goods may be eligible for exemptions to duties and customs. If this is the case, you can import without having to pay customs fees or tax as long as you meet certain criteria.
Apart from the requirement for being out of the country for 21 months before importing, you will also need to fulfil the following criteria:
If you’re returning home from a holiday or short trip, this exemption doesn’t apply, and you’ll likely have to pay duties and taxes on your items.
Shipping with means that even large parcels or freight shipments can be sent to New Zealand cheaply and simply by air freight . By using our specialist partners like DHL and UPS, offers a cheap option to ship packages that are up to 270cm in length and 1,000 kg in weight, including pallets.Learn more about sending heavy items to New Zealand
There’s nothing like the taste of home, so sometimes food is the best possible gift. It’s the perfect way to celebrate Christmas, Easter and everything in between.
So if you’ve had enough of Māori hāngī, whether you’re sending chocolate to Christchurch or marshmallows to Auckland, makes it simple to send food, and you won’t have any problems as long as you stick to a few simple rules.br>
When you send a package to New Zealand, it’s crossing half the world to arrive in the hands of your recipient. It’s important to properly package your goods for the journey, and taking these simple steps can save many headaches down the line.
When shipping goods around the world, it’s best to use a new box. Older boxes can be concealing weaknesses that could end up causing them to burst or be crushed. Using a strong, double corrugated cardboard box can make all the difference.
Make sure to wrap your goods individually in a material like bubble wrap before placing them in your box. Then surround them in packaging material like Styrofoam, making sure that they do not touch any part of the box walls and don’t move when the box is shaken.
By using strong packing tape you can further reinforce your box. Tape it three times around your box in a Union Flag pattern, covering the corners and the seams. Remove all old labelling that may be on your box, and place your new label to be clearly visible.
makes it easy to ship food to New Zealand. However, there are some rules about what you are allowed to send by courier, so be sure to check our Shipping Food section above before booking your shipment.
If customs charges do get levied on your package, the charges are applied by the customs agent who processes your parcel. This is a part of the postage process that has no control over.
There are a variety of goods that you are not allowed to ship to New Zealand. Some goods, like cologne or perfume, are not allowed to be sent by courier in general. Others are not allowed to be imported into New Zealand. Be sure to check what goods are allowed to be sent before booking a shipment.
This depends on the value of the shipment. There are also some rules and regulations about what you are allowed to send as personal goods, so be sure to check on our shipping luggage above for more information.
As long as the goods in your shipment are worth less than NZ$400, then no. Taxes and duties are only applied to gifts worth more than this threshold.
Yes. are specialists in shipping large, heavy goods. We deal with parcels that weigh as much as 1,000kg and are as long as 270cm without any difficulties, as long as they are sent on pallets where appropriate.
prides ourselves on the best possible service, which is why we only work with the biggest courier networks across the world. Our hand-picked delivery partners include DHL , DPD, FedEx, TNT and UPS.
Yes. makes eBay easy, as our eBay shipping calculator can help you plan your shipping costs before you even need to list your goods.
As long as you have sufficient delivery requirements, offers business accounts. For more information, have a look at our business shipping page.
New Zealand is one of the world’s most remote countries, even Auckland is the most remote capital city in the world. If you’re sending to a really remote area of New Zealand like Fjordland, Dunedin, Stewart Island or the Tongario National Park area, you can expect a longer transit time, which we’ll provide to you whenever you obtain a quote on our website.