• Mackenzie Alpine Hiking Tour
    Mackenzie Alpine Hiking Tour
  • Chancellor Hut in NZ
    Chancellor Hut in NZ
  • NZ sunrise
    NZ sunrise
  • Hiking in NZ's scenic Fiordland NP. Tourism NZ
    Hiking in NZ's scenic Fiordland NP. Tourism NZ
  • Looking out over Lake Te Anau.
    Looking out over Lake Te Anau.
  • Taking a break on the shores of Lake Manapouri.
    Taking a break on the shores of Lake Manapouri.
  • One of the many bridge crossingd in the Clinton Valley.
    One of the many bridge crossingd in the Clinton Valley.
  • Explorig Tongariro NP in NZ's North Island. Tourism NZ
    Explorig Tongariro NP in NZ's North Island. Tourism NZ
  • The trail is well signposted.
    The trail is well signposted.
  • The memorial to Quintin McKinnon on top of the pass.
    The memorial to Quintin McKinnon on top of the pass.
  • Hiking Little Homer Saddle. Hollyford Track.
    Hiking Little Homer Saddle. Hollyford Track.
  • Guide discussing geological information. Hollyford Track.
    Guide discussing geological information. Hollyford Track.
  • On top of McKinnon Pass on the Milford Track, one of NZ's currently nine Great Walks.
    On top of McKinnon Pass on the Milford Track, one of NZ's currently nine Great Walks.
Close×

Now here's something to celebrate, NZ has finally lifted border restrictions and quarantine requirements for Australians entering the country for the first time since the trans-Tasman bubble was paused July last year.

Australians citizens and residents from anywhere in the world are once again free to enter the country without entering government-mandated managed isolation and quarantine.

Instead, fully vaccinated Aussies must simply present either a negative PCR COVID-19 test within 48 hours of departing for New Zealand, or a supervised Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) within 24 hours.

Upon arrival in New Zealand, travellers will be provided an additional two RATs to be taken on day 0/1 and 5/6 of their travel.

All travellers must also complete a travel declaration prior to entering the country.

So the question is where do you want to go? How about wlaking of of NZ's Great Walks?

 

 

comments powered by Disqus