Can I travel to New Zealand with an Australian tourist visa?
It is not possible to travel to New Zealand with an Australian tourist visa. New Zealand is a sovereign nation with its own immigration laws and policies, and an Australian tourist visa is not recognised as a valid travel document for entry into New Zealand.
To travel to New Zealand, an individual will need to apply for a New Zealand visa or an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA). The ETA is a type of visa that allows a person to enter New Zealand for up to six months for tourism or business purposes. It can be obtained electronically and is usually granted within minutes of the application being submitted.
To apply for a New Zealand visa or ETA, an individual will need to provide certain documents and information, such as a valid passport, evidence of sufficient funds to support their stay in New Zealand, and a letter of invitation from their host or sponsor if they are visiting New Zealand for business purposes.
It is important to note that the requirements for obtaining a New Zealand visa or ETA may vary depending on the your country of citizenship and the purpose of your visit. It is recommended that individuals check the immigration laws and policies of New Zealand and consult with the New Zealand embassy or consulate in your home country for more information.
Information from the NZ Government on NZ visas can be found here: https://www.newzealand.com/au/visas-and-immigration/