To give you a general idea of what things cost in New Zealand we have listed a few commonly purchased items and the average price you will pay for them in New Zealand.
The cost of items will vary within New Zealand, in remote locations which are often the most scenic, the cost of transporting goods and the sparse population results in a higher price for items like food and petrol. If you are travelling with children, tourist attractions are generally cheaper for children or there may be a family rate, which offers the best value for a family of two adults and two children.
Petrol prices vary but as a guide you can expect to pay the following in petrol for your entire holiday:
10 day South Island tour in mid-size car - expect to spend around NZ$400 on fuel
14 day tour of both islands in mid-size car - expect to spend around NZ$550 on fuel
23 day tour of both islands in mid-size car - expect to spend around NZ$900 on fuel
For dining prices see our Food and Dining Guide.
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