New Zealand High Commission Suva, Fiji

Tropical Cyclone: Update travel advisory

This is a message from the New Zealand High Commission in Suva to New Zealanders registered as currently being in Fiji. 

Please update your registration details if you are no longer in Fiji and draw this message to the attention of any New Zealanders you know of in Fiji that may not be registered with us.

You may be aware that there is a possibility of a low pressure weather system to the west of Fiji developing into a tropical cyclone on or about Thursday 27 February. The current track of the system is such that the Yasawas and Mamanucas Islands and the western division (Nadi, Denarau etc.) will be affected the most.

We advise New Zealanders in Fiji  to follow the advice of the local authorities at all times (including any evacuation orders) and seek suitable shelter should a cyclone develop.  Visitors and tourists staying in travel accommodation should follow the guidance of hotel/resort management.  We recommend you stay informed of developments by monitoring local news and weather reports. You can also access the Fijian weather service on http://www.met.gov.fj/ to check progress of the weather system.

 

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