Visiting NZ, immigrating or receiving personal items from overseas
Importing, or bringing items from overseas to sell in New Zealand
Travelling abroad, migrating or sending items overseas
Exporting, or selling items from New Zealand overseas
We collect Customs charges on goods coming into and going out of New Zealand.
When you bring goods into New Zealand you may need to pay Customs duty and other charges on their arrival. What you pay will depend on a number of factors such as; whether the goods are for your own personal use; whether they are covered by a concession or duty-free allowance; whether they are for business or commercial use.
When taking goods out of New Zealand, your goods may incur a fee if they require Customs inspection.
Find out more about what you may need to pay, the concessions that might apply, how to work out the charges, our methods of payment, and the exchange rates Customs uses.
Detailed information on duty rates and other applicable fees that make up your Customs charges.
There are several ways that you can pay your Customs charges.
When entering New Zealand you may not need to pay Customs duty. Find out what concessions apply and when.
How your Customs charges are calculated. The various charges which may apply to you.
Find out how and under what circumstances you can claim back the charges and fees you have paid.
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