Au pair stay in New Zealand
Answers to all the important questions of au pairs and host families regarding requirements and conditions of the au pair stay in New Zealand. Use these resources to research, plan and be perfectly prepared for a New Zealand au pair stay.
"Kia ora" means "hello" in the Māori language. Nearly 15 percent of the population in New Zealand is Māori, so New Zealand has more than just English to offer to au pairs in the way of new languages and cultures. As far as nature and landscapes go, New Zealand is known as one of the most beautiful and diverse countries in the world. For host families, au pairing offers distinctive flexibility in childcare plus the enrichment of cultural exchange right at home.
You'll find all the information you need to take the next steps here.
Requirements for host families and au pairs in New Zealand
<i class="apw-icon-aupair"></i><span>Requirements for au pairs</span>
|What do you need to be an au pair in New Zealand?|
|You are between 18 and 30 years old.|
|You are unmarried and have no children|
|You have a good knowledge of English.|
|You have at least 4,200 NZD on your account and can afford the travel costs.|
|You have not been to New ẑealand before on a Worlking Holiday Visa.|
|You come from one of the following countries: Argentina, Australiaen, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong (HKSAR), Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Singapore , Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, Turkey, Uruguay, USA, Vietnam.|
You fulfill all the requirements? Congratulations, you'll be able to have a great time with a New Zealand host family. You can get more information on this page and on the pages about entry requirements and conditions for an au pair stay.
You don't fulfill the requirements? That's too bad. Unfortunately you cannot become an au pair in New Zealand. Our tip: Think about having an au pair stay in another great host country. Here you can find information about other host countries.
<i class="apw-icon-family"></i><span>Requirements for host families</span>
|Here's what you need to be a host family in New Zealand:|
|At least one child under 18 lives in your household.|
|Your au pair will have a room of his or her own while staying with you.|
|Your au pair should help with childcare and light housework.|
|You speak English on a daily basis in your household.|
|You do not have the same nationality as your au pair.|
You don't fulfill all the requirements? Then unfortunately you cannot use AuPairWorld for your search.