New Zealand Consulate-General Noumea, New Caledonia


The New Zealand Consulate General will be closed on Monday 25 May for “Pentecost”.

New Zealand nationals requiring emergency consular assistance can contact the duty officer on (687) 79 19 22 or visit the Safe travel website.

The Consulate-General will reopen on Tuesday 26 May.


2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the landings at Gallipoli, the birth of the Anzac tradition. The Consul Generals of Australia and New Zealand invite the public to the following services:


Pacific Islands development has received a boost from New Zealand, with a new funding commitment to the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) to strengthen its work in three vital thematic areas.


The New Zealand Consulate General will be closed on Friday 3 April for “Good Friday” and on Monday 5 April for “Easter Monday”.


The New Zealand Consulate-General in Noumea hosted a Waitangi Day reception on 5 February at the Chateau Royal Hotel. The event was attended by 120 guests including the French High Commissioner, Vincent Bouvier, members of the New Caledonian government and Congress, as well as representatives from the diplomatic and business communities, and Noumea based international organisations.


New Zealand is proud to partner with the African Union Commission to produce the African Union Handbook 2015. In a significant development, this edition has been published in both English and French.


On Monday 5 January 2015, Justin Fepuleai took up his position as New Zealand Consul-General for New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Wallis & Futuna.


Foreign Minister Murray McCully today welcomed New Zealand taking up its seat as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council.

“New Zealand’s term on the Security Council will place us at the heart of international decision-making for the next two years,” Mr McCully says.

“The Security Council is currently considering some of the most pressing issues the international community faces, including; the dire humanitarian situation in Syria, ISIL, and Ebola.


On Tuesday 16 December 2014, the state representative (High Commissioner Vincent Bouvier), the Commander of the French Armed Forces in New Caledonia (General e Revel)  and local authorities, public and private sector representatives as well as friends gathered at the New Zealand  residence to bid farewell to Linda Te Puni, New Zealand Consul General to the French Pacific.


French President François Hollande made a brief visit to New Caledonia following the G20 meeting in Brisbane, with a full day of engagements on Monday 17 November.  Consul General Linda Te Puni participated in different elements of his programme.

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