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Useful Websites

When you just arrive, or actually every day during your stay in New Zealand, you always receive new information, meet new people, explore new places etc.. Sometimes it is hard to process al that new information. Halve of the information you forgot, halve of the people you never see again, but our generation got a benefit we got the INTERNET. The 50% of information you forgot, can just be found back on the internet. The people you will maybe never see again, can visit you in the virtual world. In this blog we will tell you about some useful websites about work, discounts, accommodation etc.. for during your stay in New Zealand.

To start with some websites, were you can find a lot of discounts.

-www.grabone.co.nz             -www.groupon.co.nz

There both websites, were you will find a lot of discounts for in New  Zealand. There are discounts in different categories like, dinner, activities, health holiday, beauty etc. You will need a credit card to pay online, after you paid you receive a e-ticket on your email.

Are you looking for work, these sites will help you by find one.

-www.trademe.co.nz            -www.backpackerboard.co.nz            -www.picknz.co.nz

These websites are the most common ones, if you are looking for a job. They offer a lot of jobs, especially in the summer. The most jobs are from 4 months, but you can always have a look of you want to work shorter. For some of the jobs you need some experience, you will find this in the job application when needed.

Are you done with living in a hostel, is it time for your own place. Have a look on these websites.

http://www.trademe.co.nz                 -www.flatmates.co.nz 

It is not that hard to find a place to live in Auckland. The only thing is, it’s quiet expensive to live in Auckland, especially in the CBD (central business district). There are a lot of apartments, who let you live with two people in one room to share the costs. So if you got a friend/boyfriend/girlfriend  who you don’t mind to share your room with, it will save you a lot of money. It is free to react on a accommodation, so you don’t need a membership the only thing you need is an account.

Don’t you know what to do today, have a look on these websites about what’s going on in Auckland/New Zealand. Events

-www.eventfinder.co.nz         -www.heartofthecity.co.nz

Short & skimpy – weekend tips!


What? Agwa Nightcap Winter Festival

When? Friday, 15. July, 10:00pm – 5:00am

Where? Studio, 340 Karangahape Rd,Newton

Admission? 1st Release: $39.90

Category? Dancing

More infos: https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=131466540263601#TB_inline?height=460&width=660&modal=false&inlineId=modalRegisterWrapper



What? The Adults – July NZ Tour

When? Saturday, 16. July, 8:00pm

Where? The Bacco Room, 53 Nelson St,Auckland

Admission? General admission: $37.50

Category? Live Music

More infos: http://theadults.co.nz/#



What? St Heliers Bay Mid-Winter Christmas Market

When? Sunday, 17. July, 10:00am – 3:00pm

Where? Tamaki Ex-Services Association Hall, Cnr Turua St & Polygon Rd, St Heliers

Admission? Free

Category? Market


I wish you all an exciting and funny weekend!

Cheers, Caro

PR-Department INTERNeX

Weekend tips for rainy days…

Are you annoyed of the rain? You don’t have to because there is lots of stuff to do in Auckland at rainy days. Just look at the following tips, I am sure something will meet your interest.


What? Pick & Mix with the Prestige Dance Crew

When? Saturday 11:00-12:45

Where? Auckland Town Hall, Air New Zealand Foyer, Level 5

Admission? Free


This event is a special offer for the winter time. It starts with a performance of the Prestige Dance Crew – a highly respected New Zealand urban dance group and offers a workshop afterwards. So if you’re like dancing you should have a look at the Auckland Townhall. This building on its own is a worthwhile visiting. And its definitely fun to learn some characteristic dancemoves with your friends.




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What? Short + Sweet Theatre Festival

When? 08th – 13th July, different times

Where? Aotea Centre, Herald Theatre

Admission? ex $25


For the Art interested people this is a definetly must-do. This Theatre festival is the largest 10 minute theatre festival in the world.You can enjoy one of the best 40 plays and theatreworks from local and international writers.




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What? Walking with Dinosaurs

When? 08th – 10th July, different times

Where? Vector Arena

Admission? ex $67


Ever dreamt of seeing real dinosaurs? You can experience this at the worldwide unique show Walking with Dinosaurs, which is shown in New Zealand after a 4-year world tournee. It is one of the most exciting and groundbreaking shows ever seen in New Zealand that brings the dinosaurs back to life for you.




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You need to be active at the weekend, but don’t wanna go to far? What about climbing and swimming?


What? Climbing

Opening hours? 7 days 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

Where? Panmure & Glen Eden

Admission? $20


You can challenge yourself at New Zealands largest Indoor Climbing wall. You don’t need any special gear or experinece. You can rent the gear on-site very cheap. And also the Lessons aren’t that expensive. Just get some friends together and spend an adventurous day in the Climbing Hall.

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What? Swimming

Opening Hours?

Monday to Thursday 5.30am – 9.30pm
Friday 5.30am – 9.00pm
Saturday, Sunday – 7.00am – 8.00pm

Where? The Olympic Newmarket

Admission? $7,50


Not to much action but still a little bit sport. You can check out the Olympic Pools and Fitness Centre in Newmarket. They have really good facilities for finess and swimming. And after a little workout you can relax in the Spa, the Sauna or the Steam Room.




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So get your friends together and plan your weekend! Enjoy it!


Cheers, Caro


PR-Departement INTERNeX New Zealand

Fringe Festival 2011 Auckland

The great Auckland Fringe Festival is back!


This amazing open access festival takes place all across the Auckland SuperCity across from Waiheke to the Waitakeres and even some events in swimming pools.

This festival is New Zealand’s biggest stage for independent artists to present their unique performances and work in a environment of artistic freedom

There are over 100 events from 25th February – 13th March, many are free and the others are usually than $20 so get out there, see some new areas of Auckland and see some amazing and unique New Zealand culture.

For more informations and a detailed programme about all events, dates, times check out:



Cheers the INTERNeX team