Prepared by: OH2MCN - Veke & WD9EWK - Patrick & ZL2AMJ - Fred
Status: January 2002, Aug '04, Feb '08
There have been some recent extensive changes to the amateur radio rules in
Your web page
with its extensive world-licensing-arrangements is linked from the NZART web
page at: http://www.nzart.org.nz/info/visitors
This message is to draw your attention to the new and very simple “General User Radio Licence” for visitors to
It reflects the change to Article 25 of the ITU Radio Regulations from WRC-2003. Visitors from any country can operate in NZ for a short-term without any bureaucratic form-filling or other delays. (Not exceeding 90 days).
Thank you for your web page, a very useful reference.
NZART Administration Liaison Officer
Fred Johnson MNZM, ZL2AMJ, 15 Field St., Upper Hutt 6007, NEW ZEALAND
Phone: +64 4 528 8313 Fax: +64 4 528 2173 (NZART HQ)
Email: fredj at clear.net.nz Cellphone: 021 294 0074
Web: www.qsl.net/zl2amj/ Club webpage: www.qsl.net/zl2vh/
For the NZ
(by OH2MCN on 4 August 2004)
ZL7 Chatham Island is free to enter (see e.g. Explorer Tours and DOC Chatham)
ZL8 Kermadec Islands is a marine reserve by DOC rules (see e.g. ZL8RS) but diving and also hiking trips are organized there
ZL9 Auckland & Campbell Islands: The New Zealand Department of Conservation is severely restricting access to the island (ZL9CI), see DOC for details.
See also the web pages of Radio Spectrum Management (RSM) at www.rsm.govt.nz