NZ Van Lines Covid-19 Update

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NZ Van Lines Covid-19 Update

New Zealand Van Lines are open for business and in full operation. The well being of our customers and our staff is our top priority, please be assured that no matter what protection framework we operate in, we will adhere to strict health and safety requirements. 

Unfortunately, due to the impact of Covid-19 in New Zealand, with the isolation requirements and circumstances beyond our control, there are potential delays with communication and disruptions to moving services scheduled.

Please be assured our team are working hard to do all that is possible to mitigate the impact and support you with your upcoming relocation.

New Zealand COVID-19 Response:

As of Tuesday 13th September 2022 most covid-19 rules and border restrictions have been removed. Isolating for 7 days remains a requirement for everyone who tests positive. To find out what you need to know about the next phase click here.

COVID-19 Update International Travel to and leaving New Zealand:

Update December, 2022

  • To enter to New Zealand, you do not need proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Please check with your airline as they may still require proof of vaccination.
  • You do not need to take any COVID-19 tests or self-isolate when you arrive.

For more information about international travel follow this link.

As this is a fluid environment, please note the government can change regulations at short notice. For more information please visit:

Our NZ Van Lines team are here to assist with your moving requirements, complete the contact form or email us at

Stay safe and take care from the New Zealand Van Lines team.

Tips on Moving during the Covid-19 pandemic

While it’s not ideal to move during a global pandemic, circumstances change, and life goes on. Whether you are moving locally or internationally there are some basic safety precautions that can help protect you and your family.