Australian High Commission
New Zealand
with non-resident accreditation to Niue

Upcoming Passport and Notarial Visits

Upcoming Passport and Notarial Visits 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information 

While New Zealand COVID-19 Level 1 restrictions are in place, the Australian High Commission in Wellington and the Australian Consulate in Auckland are able to provide appointments as normal. Additional procedures have been put in place for visitors to enable contact tracing and maintain hygiene standards.

 

 

Upcoming visits

Dates

Status

Dunedin 29 June - 3 July 2020

Bookings are now available using our online booking system: https://passports1.gettimely.com/book 

Christchurch  6-10 July 2020 Bookings are now available using our online booking system: https://passports1.gettimely.com/book 

Christchurch

7-11 September 2020

Appointments are not available at this time. 
For emergency passport and consular assistance please see the above information.

Christchurch

16-20 November 2020

Appointments are not available at this time. 
For emergency passport and consular assistance please see the above information.

Queenstown

12-16 October 2020

Appointments are not available at this time. 
For emergency passport and consular assistance please see the above information.

Tauranga 12-13 October 2020

Appointments are not available at this time. 
For emergency passport and consular assistance please see the above information.

 

Book early to avoid missing out on an appointment. If you do not have access to the internet please phone +64 4 473 6411.

The Australian High Commission will only accept EFTPOS and Credit Card payments. Cash and cheque payments are not available.

 

Disclaimer: Upcoming visits are outlined in the table above and all available information has been listed on this page. No additional information can be obtained by contacting the Australian High Commission. We will also Post announcements on Facebook and Twitter. If there are no visits to your area posted on the table above, it means that no visits are planned.

 

The details provided above is current as of 16 March 2020