New Zealand’s border restrictions remain in force. Those, along with assertive contact tracing and monitored self-isolation are central to the Government’s approach of keeping COVID-19 out and slowing any progression.

New Zealand is now at Alert Level 1 of the New Zealand Government’s system which specify the public health and social measures required to fight COVID-19. This means everyone, including visitors to Auckland, is able to move about freely with no restrictions.   

However, the New Zealand border remains closed to anyone other than a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, or those granted a special exemption. 

Alert Level 1 means all businesses are open but there are still  hygiene standards and contact registers in place to keep businesses and customers safe. You can do your part by supporting local business safely and by continuing to practice  social distancing when you’re out and about. 

Major Events

The restrictions on mass gatherings and events has now been lifted. If you would like guidance regarding a future event, please contact us at – we will provide as much assistance as we can.

People arriving in New Zealand

New Zealand’s borders remain closed to anyone other than a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, or those granted a special exemption.  Anyone arriving home is required to go into government managed quarantine, for at least 14 days. Arrivals cannot self-isolate at home or take a domestic flight until this 14-day period is completed. Following this people are able leave their homes or accommodation freely while following the Alert Level guidelines imposed by the New Zealand Government. See the COVID-19 guidelines and Immigration New Zealand for the most up-to-date border, visa and travel information.