You can really start living with a move to the Eastern Bay of Plenty

Friendly people, great opportunities, affordable houses and the most sunshine hours in New Zealand. Are you interested?

Come and live in the place where you can make an income from your passion, and live a true kiwi lifestyle. You will enjoy a relaxed atmosphere, access to an amazing environment and great employment opportunities.

We've made it easy for you with all the information you need to move here, find a job and live your life.

Are you thinking about it?

Whether you are relocating from another part of New Zealand or from another country, moving here is easy. We welcome all migrants into our multicultural society.

Moving can be an exciting and stimulating experience. But let's face it, there are many things you will need to think about and arrange before moving - from immigration laws and systems to opening a bank account. We have gathered some useful information to make moving easier for you. It is by no means a comprehensive list, but should get you started and heading in the right direction.


News: Grow Eastern Bay


The Grow Eastern Bay Business and Economic Development Forum took place on December 3rd at the Awakeri Events Centre.  Approximately 100 business and community representatives attended the event.   The aim of the forum was to gather information and ideas from sector representatives to input into the Eastern Bay Business and Economic Development Strategy.   Ganesh Nana chief economist from Business and Economic Research Limited (BERL) was an inspiring guest speaker.   His speech focussed on how the world had changed during the global financial crisis and how it’s likely to take another 10 years to climb out of it.  New Zealand has a non-government debt problem and an imbalance of credit available to asset-backed investment (surplus) and business (deficit), which aggravates the problem. He advised that New Zealand needed to focus on developing long-term relationships in Asian markets to grow our income from exports, to “think different” and to add value to primary products.

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