Auckland Airport is a major airline hub in New Zealand and there are many domestic and international destinations for visitors to continue on to. Find out more here. It's easy to hire a car, grab a shuttle or public transport from the International Arrivals Terminal to the venue or your accommodation.

Travel Information for International Visitors

Included in this document is everything you need to know about travelling to New Zealand from Immigration, Visa Requirements, Arriving in New Zealand, Customs, to Biosecurity as well as a bunch of useful links.

This document was last updated on 30 May 2017 by MBIE and is a guideline only.


Make the most of your time in Auckland and go exploring. With an unbeatable combination of city style and an amazing natural playground right on the doorstep, it’s easy to hop from one adventure to the next.

Kayak, sail, or jet boat around Auckland’s sparkling harbours and beautiful emerald islands then get your groove on at a late night hotspot. Wander past waterfalls deep in the native rainforest before heading up Auckland’s iconic Sky Tower as the sun sinks and the city lights start to shine. Cycle around the volcanic cone of North Head for incredible views from the summit then join the locals for a craft beer at one of the popular micro-breweries and brew bars around the region.

For more ideas and inspiration on Auckland’s top spots, head to

AJ Hackett Bungy New Zealand
AJ Hackett Bungy New Zealand
Auckland Viaduct - Credit: Todd Eyre Photography
Auckland Viaduct - Credit: Todd Eyre Photography


Vector Wero Whitewater Park is conveniently located approximately 15 minutes from Auckland International Airport and approximately 30 minutes from Auckland city centre.

Driving times are dependent on traffic volume and it is recommended to check traffic reports and peak traffic times to avoid delays.

Click the map below for directions.