New Zealand Post is about delivery – delivering parcels, packages and mail for businesses and consumers. The New Zealand Post Board of Directors is responsible for the overall direction objectives and strategies of the group. Below is the NZ Post info like contact number, store locations, hours, email, address and near me locations of NZ Post.
NZ Post in Whakatane Phone : 07 308 6799
Weekdays hours: Mon to Fri: 8.30 am-5.00 pm
Weekends hours: Sat: 9.00 am-12.00 pm and Sun: Closed
NZ Post in Whakatane Address : 170 The Strand, Whakatane 3120, New Zealand
Find detailed information about NZ Post in Whakatane, Bay Of Plenty 3120 Locations, Hours, Phone number, Email, Holiday hours and Near me locations.
NZ Post Regular Business Hours
What time does the NZ Post Store Open and close?
Store hours may vary
Holiday hours of NZ Post
The hours of operation change during the vacation season. Nearly all the stores will adapt hours of operation during the holidays. The observed holidays include:
New Year’s Day
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Directions and locations to NZ Post, 170 The Strand, Whakatane 3120, New Zealand
Post a parcel/drop off
Pay a bill
Post a letter
Business Self Service
Offers and Coupons for NZ Post
Features & advantages of Business Self Service
Book anytime, anywhere:
– Get quotes, buy and print postage and book collections via your account.
A range of sending options:
– Send items up to 25kg within NZ or 30kg internationally, and up to 1.5m in length.
Pay by credit or debit card:
– Multiple business streams? Store up to 5 credit cards to choose between when booking a courier.
About NZ Post NZ
New Zealand Post has been ingrained in the kiwi way of life for 170 years and they are committed to a future that meets your mailing needs both physically and digitally.
New Zealand Post has a rich history stretching back 170 years. From the early 1830s when whalers, missionaries and traders had to rely on occasional passing ships, to the present as a successful commercial entity competing in local and global markets.