Moving to NZ
"We’re completed hooked on living in South Taranaki – it’s not just the awesome scenery, the friendly locals and great culture – it’s the whole lifestyle. We’ve said good bye to long distance commuting, have more time to spend with friends and family, enjoy chances aplenty to revel in the great outdoors, festivals, sporting events and culture!"
Of course we’re biased – but comments such as this from recent migrants support our passion and belief – that South Taranaki is very definitely a place like no other. Click here to see what other recent migrants to South Taranaki have to say.
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If you’re catching the vibe and want to join us in our great province, these websites will provide you with information and contact addresses to make the move. Don’t wait any longer.
Moving within New Zealand - website which provides practical, actionable tips and advice related to all things moving in NZ.
Immigration New Zealand: Everything you wanted to know about immigrating – visas, fees, working and holidaying and more.
New Zealand Now: This website is a great resource for migrants for both general and regional infromation.
Knowledge of New Zealand English is very helpful for you to live in New Zealand. Classes are known as ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages). English Language Partners New Zealand is New Zealand's largest organisation working with migrants and refugees and operates in 23 locations throughout the country.
Inland Revenue NZ: For information about moving to New Zealand and your income tax obligations and responsibilities.
www.visaconnect.nz The local team behind this website can assist all nationalities obtain the appropriate visa to move to NZ including by assisting with employment, business and franchise options.
Banking: South Taranaki has all the options to meet your banking and financial needs, including our own Taranaki Savings Bank (TSB), wholly 100% New Zealand owned, operating since 1850 and now a trusted nationwide service. The other main banking and financial institutions include: