Send a parcel to New Zealand from only £19.16

kg

New Zealand

One of the most picturesque and photogenic places in the world; with its vast mountain ranges and sweeping coastlines, it’s no wonder that New Zealand’s dramatic scenery is probably most famously known for its starring role as Middle Earth.

Known as the Land of the Long White Cloud, New Zealand is made up of the North and South Islands and, with a population of just over 4 million, it’s gloriously uncrowded.

Posting to New Zealand

Located about 1,500km from Australia and 1,000km from the Pacific Islands, there’s no doubt that New Zealand is remote. But, with DPD Online (formerly DPD Local Online), sending a parcel to New Zealand needn’t be a daunting task. Whether you’re sending a parcel to Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch or somewhere much further off the beaten track, our extensive courier delivery network will ensure that sending your parcel to New Zealand goes as smoothly as possible.

With a number of express and economy parcel delivery services at your fingertips, keeping your postage to New Zealand within budget is easy.

New Zealand Customs Information

When you send a parcel to New Zealand, your package will require correct customs information and may be subject to additional charges. However, If you’re sending a gift to an individual in New Zealand and it costs less than £56/NZ$110, then you won’t have to pay any additional duties. DPD will send all forms you need for your parcel to pass through New Zealand Customs when you book with us. All you need to do is fill out the forms and let us do the rest.

A Goods and Service Tax of 15% applies to all deliveries to New Zealand that are over the value of NZ$1000.

Some services may ask for a commodity code. This is sometimes called a HS or Tariff code and is used to see your parcel’s item(s) so border officials can check they're safe and calculate any duties owed. You can find a commodity code for your parcel in the booking process.

For more information on parcel delivery to New Zealand, see our customs advice page or contact our customer service team.

Express
From
£45.01
Drop off at Shop - Air Express
Drop off your parcel anytime today
Economy
From
£43.09
Drop off at Shop - Air Classic
Drop off your parcel anytime today
Super Economy
From
£19.16
International Tracked Mail Collection
Collection tomorrow if you book in the next 12 hours
What else do you need to know...

How much does it cost to send a parcel to New Zealand?

Despite being halfway across the world, postage to New Zealand from the UK starts from as little as £19.16 exc VAT when you book through DPD Online.

DPD Online strives to provide cheap parcels for all of our customers, and with loads of options available on all our services, it's easier than ever to send the way you want to.


How long does it take to send a parcel to New Zealand?

Shipping to New Zealand will take around 3-7 working days. However, if you book an express service, your parcel will arrive in just 4-5 working days.


How should I address my parcel for delivery to New Zealand?

It may come as something of a surprise to know that New Zealand’s postal system is somewhat unique compared to the rest of the world, especially the UK. Basically there are three types of address in New Zealand: urban, rural, and PO box. These address types are not to be combined. To ensure your parcel is addressed correctly, see this detailed guide.


What items can I send to New Zealand?

The general rule with New Zealand is that you can send anything that would be acceptable to mail here in the UK. For a general overview of those restrictions, you can visit our prohibited items list.

However, one thing that’s worth noting is that the Kiwis have a couple of odd rules regarding things like:

  • Iron and steel.
  • Coal and fossil fuels.

Certain variants of these items are strictly prohibited, while others are permitted in small quantities. Check with New Zealand’s customs office for a full breakdown of your options.


Where can I find more information?

If you need any more information, you’ll find plenty of helpful stuff at our online Help Centre There you can browse our FAQ guides — covering everything from packaging tips to international shipping advice — or talk to one of our friendly advisors via the chat window.

Get a Quote



Loading...