General Information

Transport from the Airport

Super Shuttle is a shuttle service from Auckland airport to your destination with the choice of shared ride or exclusive use. This service operates 24/7, including all public holidays.
Bookings can be made via their website or by calling 0800 748 885 (Free) or +64 9 522 5100 and charges start a $30.00 NZD.

There is an abundance of taxis that can be engaged at ranks at Auckland Airport. The taxi ride from the airport to the Auckland CBD can take between 30-60 minutes and may cost about $50 – $70 depending upon the time of day. There is also a designated collection/drop off zone for Uber, Ola & Didi services, these options will work out slightly cheaper than a taxi.

The Conference does not provide any transfers from the airport to Conference Hotels. All delegates must make their own transport arrangements from the airport.

Public Transport:

Getting around Auckland is easy and affordable, whether you’re using public transport, driving, catching taxis and transfers, joining a tour, or even cycling.

Up-to-date travel and ticket information can be found and here. Further assistance with using how to use public transport while in Auckland can be found here


The average temperature for Auckland in November ranges from 13°C (minimum) to 19°C (maximum). Auckland has a subtropical climate with heavy rain May–Dec.

Special Requirements

Please provide details of any special diet, special needs or disability assistance required when you register.


A Goods and Services Tax (GST) of 15% applies to all consumer goods and is included in retail prices. All fees are quoted in New Zealand Dollars (NZD) and are subject to GST. Full details can be found here along with other important travel information.


Decimal currency is used in New Zealand – units are dollars and cents. All major credit cards are widely accepted in New Zealand. Visit for current exchange rates.

Travel & Health Insurance

The Conference does not provide insurance to delegates. We strongly recommend that you take out insurance policies to cover medical and travel expenses. If necessary, consult your travel agent.

If you’re injured while visiting New Zealand, the New Zealand Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) may be able to help you – it doesn’t matter if you’re not a resident. You’ll still need travel insurance for what they don’t cover. Click here to find out more.


In the event of industrial disruption the meeting organisers cannot be held responsible for any losses incurred by delegates. The program is correct at the time of printing; however the organisers reserve the right to alter the program, if and as is deemed necessary.