Sending Excess Baggage to New Zealand

shipping excess baggage to new zealand

If you need excess baggage and personal belongings collected and delivered to a new address in New Zealand, talk to Seven Seas Worldwide.

Whether you're sending holiday luggage or other personal belongings, talk to Seven Seas Worldwide today about affordable and secure door-to-door relocation.

Baggage Shipping To New Zealand: Step-By-Step Guide

  • Excess baggage can be virtually anything from an extra holdall of essentials to a surfboard and a set of golf clubs. Whatever the consignment, we can accommodate you.
  • We provide free packing boxes and packing materials for your items. Any boxes you don't use will be taken back free of charge.
  • Our first visit to your home will be to drop off the boxes so you can start packing.
  • Our second visit will be to pick the boxes up again, once they've been packed to suit your needs.
  • If you have other items like bicycles, snowboards, surfboards or even large TVs, we will pack these once collected, free of charge.
  • If you're sending suitcases, these too will be placed inside a box to ensure they arrive safely.
  • Our third visit will be to the door of your chosen destination in New Zealand to unload the boxes.
  • And that's pretty much it: It's one of the safest and most affordable ways of getting your stuff from A to B!

Watch How Excess Baggage Shipping To New Zealand Works:

For more information on sending excess baggage to New Zealand, call a member of the team now on 0800 21 66 98 or get a free quote now via our freight calculator and see much you could save.

Customer Review

Trevor Reid, May 2016
Seamless process
"Just wanted to say a big thanks to Seven Seas for getting my stuff from the UK to NZ in perfect condition and on time. I cannot fault the service provided, everything happened as I was said it would, at the times I was told it would happen. The whole process was easy, seamless and professional from start to finish. I would happily recommend you to anyone. Thanks Again."