Mail, Post office in Auckland

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New Zealand Post is responsible for the national mail service. If you're expecting mail to arrive before you have established a permanent address, mail can be held at a Post Office. Letters will be held for up to three months, at no charge.

Sending a letter within New Zealand costs $0.50. Shipping a letter overseas costs at least $1.80 depending on size and weight. Stamps can be purchased on KiwiStamps or Standard Post Postage, or call our Product Ordering Centre on 0800 501 701.

To find local post office Post Shop Locator can be used.

Update 6/12/2009


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