Elf jobs
Now open to everyone

Help us deliver Christmas.

Elf jobs
Now open to everyone

Help us deliver Christmas.

child opening a christmas gift
child opening a christmas gift

Send early this Christmas

Sending by the cut-off dates gives you the best chance of getting your items where they need to be in time for Christmas.

Expecting a delivery?

To ensure the safety of our people and our community, we've implemented contactless delivery, physical distancing and, in line with Government guidelines, the wearing of masks.

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Provide delivery instructions

Tell us the exact spot (i.e. in the carport) to leave your non-signature required parcels, and our drivers can drop them off for you.

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Redirect my parcel

As long as your parcel hasn't been loaded into the delivery van, you can redirect it to another address within 75km

Man picking up a box and parcel delivered to his front door

Track parcel online

The best way to check the status of delivery is by using our online tracking tool

Courier waving goodbye
Courier waving goodbye

Need it now? We can help!

If you need essential items sent urgently, our Express service offers a range of flexible, door-to-door courier options, right across NZ, during all Covid Alert Levels.

COVID-19

Check here for the latest information related to your deliveries and COVID-19

COVID-19

Check here for the latest information related to your deliveries and COVID-19

NZ Post courier hugging a tree in a forest
NZ Post courier hugging a tree in a forest

SUSTAINABILITY

Your delivery is now carbon neutral

Person to person domestic and international sending is now carbon neutral, which means we'll be offsetting the equivalent of 238 car trips from Cape Reinga to Bluff and back every year. It’s just the first step in becoming a carbon neutral business from 2030.

Sarah Featon stamps
Sarah Featon stamps

STAMPS

Sarah Featon - botanical artist

Collect beautiful stamps celebrating the vibrant watercolours of 19th-century artist Sarah Featon.