Official advice for New Zealanders living and travelling overseas

  • Reviewed: 22 September 2016, 16:21 NZST
  • Still current at: 30 April 2017

Some Risk

There is some risk to personal safety and security in Norway due to the threat of terrorism and we advise caution.

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Terrorist groups, including those based in Syria and Iraq, continue to make threats to conduct attacks in Norway and across Europe.  There is also a threat from domestic-based extremists, including plots that may involve foreign fighters returning to Norway and other countries in Europe from the conflicts in Syria and Iraq. 

New Zealanders in Norway are advised to keep themselves informed of potential risks to safety and security by monitoring the media and other local information sources.  We recommend following any instructions issued by the local authorities and exercising a high degree of vigilance in public places. 

General travel advice
New Zealanders travelling or living in Norway should have a comprehensive travel insurance policy in place. 

New Zealanders in Norway are encouraged to register their details with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Travel tips

The New Zealand Embassy The Hague, The Netherlands is accredited to Norway

Street Address Eisenhowerlaan 77N, 2517 KK The Hague The Netherlands Telephone +31 70 346 9324 Fax +31 70 363 2983 Email Web Site Hours Mon - Fri 0900 - 1230 hrs, 1330 - 1700 hrs

New Zealand Consulate-General Lysaker, Norway

Telephone +47 908 53703 Email

See our regional advice for Europe

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Accredited New Zealand Embassy The Netherlands

Street Address
Eisenhowerlaan 77N, 2517 KK The Hague The Netherlands

Telephone: +31 70 346 9324

Fax: +31 70 363 2983



Hours: Mon - Fri 0900 - 1230 hrs, 1330 - 1700 hrs

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