This website is operated by Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development Limited (“ATEED”).  It contains general tourism information about the Auckland region and introductory and background material to the area.

Acknowledgement and Acceptance

Your use of this website, and any services provided through it (“Services”), are subject to these Terms and all applicable New Zealand laws. By accessing and interacting with this website or using the Services, you accept these Terms. ATEED may refuse to supply any product or Service, and we may deny access to this website, to anyone who breaches these Terms. ATEED may amend these Terms at any time without notice

Access and Use

Please keep all passwords allowing access to the Services on this website confidential and not disclose them to any other person.

  • You warrant that all information you provide to ATEED is true, correct and complete.
  • You may not reproduce duplicate, copy, sell, re-sell, adapt, transmit in any form by any process (graphic, electronic or mechanical, including further copying, recording, or caching by a storage or information retrieval system, or download accelerator) or otherwise exploit any part of this website for any commercial purpose.
  • You must not post or transmit to this website any illegal, threatening, abusive, defamatory, obscene or indecent information or material of any kind, or encourage any other person to do so.
  • You must not knowingly post or transmit or permit the posting or transmission of any material to this website which contains a virus or malicious software.
  • You must not post or transmit any material to this website which breaches any laws relating to a person's right to privacy or the export of personal information, or personal information about another person without their consent.

ATEED reserves the right to refuse access or edit or delete material posted by you in contravention of these Terms.

Disclaimer

All care has been taken to ensure accuracy of the information provided on this website is accurate and current. However, ATEED cannot accept any responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions. Please check with the i-SITE Visitor Information Centres or the respective tourism operator directly for any up-to-date or specific information about product and service availability.

ATEED does not accept responsibility for any loss suffered as a result of reliance on the accuracy, adequacy, completeness or currency of information on this website.

ATEED does not warrant that access to this website will be uninterrupted or error-free, or that it is free of viruses, bugs or anything similar that may impact the functionality, accuracy and/or reliability of the website. ATEED is not responsible or liable for any loss of content or material uploaded or transmitted through this website.

Your Contributions

Any comments or materials sent to ATEED relating to this website or its contents will be regarded as public information. ATEED is free to reproduce, use, disclose, adapt or distribute that material or any ideas, concepts, know-how or techniques contained in that material, without limitation.

Access to Other Websites

ATEED is not responsible for any third party information or for any links provided to third party sites, including sites of tour operators, or for information or goods or services at or accessible from those sites. These are provided for convenience only and may not remain current or maintained. Any links to advertisements for third parties or links to third party websites of tour operators on this website is not an endorsement, approval, recommendation or preference by ATEED. Responsibility for any of that content is solely with those third parties.

No links may be made to this website without ATEED’s prior written consent. 

 
 
Event Attendance Terms and Conditions

By attending an event organised by Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) you enter an area where photography, audio and video recording may occur. 

By entering the event premises, you give your permission to use your image in photography/film for any editorial ATEED use in perpetuity for the purpose of promoting Auckland as a destination to live, work, visit, study, invest, do business or hold events, in New Zealand and worldwide. The use extends to all editorial material for ATEED or third parties as determined by ATEED, including any non-paid media such as newspapers, magazines, blogs, non-commercial presentations or websites.

By entering the event premises, you waive all rights you may have to any claims for payment or royalties in connection with any use of these materials.
 

Consent to Use of Content

We, (Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development, our related companies and people working on our behalf) use user-generated content (and various other content) to advertise a variety of things including products, brands, companies and places. We have reached out to you because we would like to be able to use the photograph, video or other content that we commented on with our reach out message. We need consent from the copyright owner in order to use the content.

By commenting in response to our reach out message in the way that we have requested, you confirm that:

  • You created and own copyright in the photograph, video or other content (Content) that has been commented on by us with a reach out message;
  • You grant us a non-exclusive, royalty-free, perpetual and worldwide licence to use the Content (and any derivative works) for any marketing or advertising purpose;
  • You consent to us using your Content for any marketing or advertising purpose;
  • We can give permission to others to use your Content for marketing or advertising;
  • All people identifiable in the Content are over 18 years of age and have consented to your creation, posting and use of the Content; and
  • You will not to bring any claim against us in relation to the use or non-use of your Content (or any derivative works), including any claim based on moral rights.

As the copyright owner, you understand and acknowledge that:

  • The Content may be cropped, altered, transformed or reproduced in any way, in any current or future media (including, but not limited to, online, in applications and on social media) and may be combined with any other content, works or text in any way that we deem appropriate;
  • We may use your Content, but are not obliged to use your Content; To the extent that our use of your Content creates a new copyright work (derivative work), we are the exclusive owner of that new copyright work, including any moral rights in that work;
  • To the extent that you or other people feature in the Content, your images or likenesses may be used by us in advertising or marketing materials;
  • We may store copies of the Content for the purposes above and may store your contact details on its database in case it needs to contact you regarding this or potential future use(s) of your Content. Your details will be retained in accordance with our Privacy Policy;
  • You have the right to withdraw your consent to being contacted at any time on written notice to us;
  • You have the right to access and correct any personal information held by us subject to the provisions of the relevant privacy legislation; and
  • You are over 18 years of age and are legally entitled to grant this consent.

You can withdraw your consent to use of the Content by giving notice, in writing, to us at any time. On receiving your notice, we will, within one month, remove the Content from availability for future advertising or marketing uses. We may continue to use the Content in existing advertising or marketing uses until such time as those uses come to an end.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

Competition Terms and Conditions
  • Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development retain the right to change the Terms and Conditions.
  • If any event/prize is amended/cancelled out of our own control, Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development hold the right to amend/cancel the competition.
  • Entry is open to anyone except employees of Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) and their immediate families.
  • Prizes do not include travel to and from the venues or any additional funds. Collection of the prize is the responsibility of the winner - tickets will not be posted to winners outside of Auckland or to rural addresses.
  • The prizes cannot be transferred, exchanged, on sold or redeemed for cash.
  • Entries will be counted by commenting on the competition Facebook post to be in to win the prize.
  • The promoter is Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development, Level 7, 167b Victoria Street West, Auckland 1010.
  • Winner must make contact by private message with their details within 24 hours or the competition will be redrawn.
  • Tickets are for specified date only and cannot be changed.
  • Study Auckland has 150 free ISIC cards to give away.
  • By entering the draw to win a free card, you are also registering with Study Auckland to receive information relevant to international students studying in Auckland. You may unsubscribe from this list at any time.
  • You must be an international student currently studying in Auckland to enter the draw to win a free card.
  • Each person may only enter the draw once. Entering more than once may cause you to be removed from the competition.
  • Winners will be chosen randomly and notified by email. If you are a winner but do not claim your prize and apply for your ISIC card within one week, your free card will be offered to another student.
  • To claim the card, you must use the code provided by Study Auckland and register for your ISIC card through the ISIC website.
  • The promoter is Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development, Level 7, 167b Victoria Street West, Auckland 1010.
  • Cards cannot be redeemed for cash.
  • Cards are valid for one year after the application is confirmed by ISIC.
Programme Specific Terms and Conditions
  1. You must be an international student currently studying in Auckland to apply to join the “Get Into Nature” Programme.
  2. Those who are chosen to participate will be notified by email and may also be sent a text message.
  3. Students can only participate once.
  4. Students who are offered a place must respond within three days to accept this invitation or it may be given to another student.
  5. There are 30 spaces per day available for the “Get Into Nature” programme. If your preferred date is not available, you may be offered a place on another date.
  6. ATEED – Study Auckland reserves the right to allocate some spaces for either programme to specific people for reasons other than the application details.
  7. By applying to join the “Get Into Nature” Programme, students are also registering with Study Auckland to receive information relevant to international students studying in Auckland. It is possible to unsubscribe from this list at any time.
  8. This experience is valued at $250 for the experience and is being offered free to a limited number of students during the trial phase. It is not redeemable for cash.
  9. If anyone has committed to attending but finds they cannot attend, they must notify Study Auckland immediately (minimum of 48 hours’ notice) so the place can be given to another student.
  10. Participants may not pass on their place to another student without contacting Study Auckland to ask permission to do so.
  11. Anyone who fails to give enough warning of cancellation or does not turn up on the day may be blacklisted and not be able to participate in any future Study Auckland events.
  12. Although this is a safe activity, there are always risks. ATEED – Study Auckland and Got To Get Out accept no liability for injuries students sustain while attending this programme.
  1. You must be an international student currently studying in Auckland to apply to join the Rukuhia Programme.
  2. There are 40 places available on each of the two dates.
  3. Those who are chosen to participate will be notified by email and may also be sent a text message. 
  4. Students who are offered a place must respond within three days to accept this invitation or it may be given to another student. 
  5. ATEED – Study Auckland will select participants based on application details given, with the most weight given to the question of why they would like to join the programme.
  6. ATEED – Study Auckland reserves the right to allocate some spaces to specific people for reasons other than the application details. 
  7. By applying to join the Rukuhia Programme, students are also registering with Study Auckland to receive information relevant to international students studying in Auckland. It is possible to unsubscribe from this list at any time. 
  8. This experience is valued at $250 for the day and is being offered free to a limited number of students during the trial phase. It is not redeemable for cash. 
  9. If anyone has committed to attending but finds they cannot attend, they must notify Study Auckland immediately (minimum of 48 hours notice) so the place can be given to another student. 
  10. Participants may not pass on their place to another student without contacting Study Auckland to ask permission to do so. 
  11. Anyone who fails to give enough warning of cancellation or does not turn up on the day will be blacklisted and will not be able to participate in any future Study Auckland events. 
  12. Photos may be taken during the day but not of the back wall of the meeting house.
     
  1. You must be an international student currently studying in Auckland to apply to join the Rugby Have a Go Programme.
  2. Those who are chosen to participate will be notified by email and may also be sent a text message.
  3. Students who are offered a place must respond within two days to accept this invitation or it may be given to another student.
  4. There are 400 spaces available for the Rugby Have a Go Programme. If more than 400 students apply, ATEED – Study Auckland will select participants for the Rugby Have a Go Programme based on application details given, with the most weight given to the question of why they would like to join the programme.
  5. The Better Leaders Programme can only accept 25 students. ATEED – Study Auckland will select participants for The Better Leaders Programme based on application details given, with the most weight given to the question of why they would like to join the programme.
  6. ATEED – Study Auckland reserves the right to allocate some spaces for either programme to specific people for reasons other than the application details.
  7. By applying to join the Rugby Have a Go Programme or the Better Leaders Programme, students are also registering with Study Auckland to receive information relevant to international students studying in Auckland. It is possible to unsubscribe from this list at any time.
  8. This experience is valued at $100 for the two days and is being offered free to a limited number of students during the trial phase. It is not redeemable for cash.
  9. If anyone has committed to attending but finds they cannot attend, they must notify Study Auckland immediately (minimum of 48 hours’ notice) so the place can be given to another student.
  10. Participants may not pass on their place to another student without contacting Study Auckland to ask permission to do so.
  11. Anyone who fails to give enough warning of cancellation or does not turn up on the day may be blacklisted and not be able to participate in any future Study Auckland events.
  12. Although this is a safe, non-contact version of rugby, there are always risks with playing sport. ATEED – Study Auckland and Auckland Rugby accept no liability for injuries students sustain while attending this programme.