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i-SITE is New Zealand's official visitor information network with almost 70 i-SITEs nationwide

With over 350 expert staff scattered across New Zealand, your local i-SITE visitor centre(opens in new window) is there to answer your questions, provide free maps and point you in the right direction.

The experts can assist with taking care of your transport bookings including, bus, rail and rental car and domestic flights.

Staff can provide advice about the best things to see and do, where to stay, where to eat like a local, events in the area and how to get the most out of your visit including weather and safety information.

Get local information and advice

i-SITEs can help you with all aspects of your trip planning. 

  • Itinerary planning and information 
  • Local and nationwide bookings
  • Free maps, weather and mountain safety information
  • Many i-SITEs offer free Wi-Fi
  • Local information on events, attractions and restaurants
  • Most i-SITEs have staff who speak multiple languages

Visit i-SITE.nz to find and contact your nearest i-SITE or download a copy of the i-SITE Touring Map (PDF)

Plan your holiday

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