There are several items that are prohibited from being imported into New Zealand due to the country’s strict biosecurity regulations. These items include:
- Any food, regardless of whether it is cooked, uncooked, fresh, preserved, packaged, or dried
- Plants or plant products
- Other biosecurity risk items such as animal medicines, biological cultures, and soil or water
- Animals or animal products, including meat, fish, honey, and dairy products
- Items that have been used for outdoor or farming activities
It’s important to note that prohibited items will be disposed of upon arrival in New Zealand, so it’s best to leave these items behind when packing for your move.