Sure, you can try to land something on arrival, but we’ve made it a easier for you by putting together a directory of job listing sites and frequently asked questions.
And don’t forget to check out the Workforce Accommodation Network if you’re in need of housing while you’re here!
For information about obtaining a work visa, a skilled migrant visa for possible residency and to order an immigration pack, check out Immigration New Zealand
Find information and resources about travelling to Wānaka for both international and domestic visitors.
Whether you are from New Zealand or overseas, Community Networks can provide information on a whole range of social services including Immigration, Taxation, Family Assistance, Health and Disability, Work & Income, Employment Relations, Workbridge, OSH, ACC, Career Advice, Adult Education, Translation Services, Support Groups and professional counsellors.
They also provide information on a range of community groups and organisations including education, health, religion and sport.
Wānaka has a wide range of accommodation from backpackers and motels to rental houses and rooms to rent.