New Zealand Calling! 

What do you need when moving to New Zealand?

(Apart from a sense of adventure which you have covered!)

You need INFORMATION (lots of it).

You need ANSWERS (truthful ones).

And above all? You need REASSURANCE.

We know this because we have been in your shoes.

And that is why we created:

The Ultimate Moving To & Living in

New Zealand Video Package.

To make YOUR transition to New Zealand

a whole lot easier.

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New Zealand Guide

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Moving to New Zealand

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And Wait…There’s More!

Our private community group –  usually priced at $19 per month –  is offered to you FOREVER FREE when you purchase the New Zealand Calling Guide.

Making friends with a community of like-minded people who will be by your side while making your plans to move to New Zealand.

Liz and Brian run the group and are there to answer your questions and help in any way that they can. Come and join us!

Below are a few of screenshots of the kind of conversations happening in our #shipping and packing channel.

This up-to-date super helpful information is JUST what you need when planning your big move. All provided within a small, friendly group of like-minded people. 

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What’s Inside?

✔️ Episode 1: Leaving family behind

The first episode of this three-hour guide had to be about this topic, which is (without a doubt) the hardest part about moving to New Zealand.

Leaving your family behind.

My guess is that you are leaving elderly parents and grandparents, sisters and brothers and possibly close friends that you have known since school.

But all is not lost.

In this video episode, we talk about how you can create positives that outweigh those (very hard) negatives.

We discuss in depth the things that will make that heart-wrenching decision not only easier but also very exciting for everyone!

By then end of this video, your family and friends will be as excited as you are about New Zealand!

 

✔️ Episode 2: Schools in New Zealand

If you are moving to New Zealand with children then you will be desperate to know more about the New Zealand school system.

In this series, we take an in-depth tour of a typical New Zealand primary and intermediate school and talk about the differences between schools here in New Zealand compared to elsewhere in the world.

This is the perfect series for those planning on raising a family here in New Zealand and would love to be able to tell (and show) the kids to expect!

✔️ Episode 3: Food in New Zealand

If you are a foodie (and let’s face it, who isn’t?!) then you will be curious about the foods in New Zealand. 

We all know that Italy has the best pasta and pizza and France has amazing cheese but there is very little information out there as to what New Zealand offers in the way of food.

In this series, we explore every kind of food available in New Zealand, we take a tour of some busy food markets and dive deep into the world of New Zealand foods covering everything from fish to ice-cream.

Be prepared to have your mouth water!

 

 

 

✔️ Episode 4: Cafés in New Zealand

I am sure you have already heard that New Zealand wears the crown for the country with amazing coffee, but what about the café culture?

In this episode, you will take a tour of  a variety of New Zealand cafés, discover what you can expect from and be told a few truths (that you wouldn’t know unless you lived here!) about eating out in New Zealand!  

✔️ Episode 5: Camping & The Great Outdoors

The outdoor lifestyle is one of the winning factors when deciding to emigrate to New Zealand, but do the kiwi’s really spend most weekends in a tent?

And will it be possible for you to enjoy the New Zealand great outdoors if you live in a city and don’t have much money?

In this series, we explore the three major camping options available to you when you live in New Zealand.

Join us for a tour of some typical New Zealand campsites around the country and let us share with you how camping will be a huge part of your life down under, regardless of where you live or how much money you have!

✔️ Episode 6: Healthcare in New Zealand

This in-depth series will arm you with everything you need to know about the New Zealand healthcare system.

Entering into a brand new (and unfamiliar) healthcare system can be scary.

You will have questions, worries and concerns that need answering.

Stand by, you are going to love this series.

In this episode, we share everything from the costs of prescriptions, having a smear, to emergency ambulance call-outs.

You will join us as we show you around the inside of a doctors surgery and take you on a tour of a typical city hospital both inside and out.

By the end of this series, you will no longer worry about the New Zealand healthcare system that awaits you – we promise!

✔️Episode 7: Driving in New Zealand

Are you ready to take a drive around New Zealand, both South Island and North?

If you are moving to New Zealand from a left-hand drive country then you may have concerns.

This in-depth episode covers everything you need to know about driving in New Zealand from the laws to the unspoken kiwi driving habits.

You will explore mountain passes, highways and busy inner-city streets, meaning that by the end of this series, you will know everything you need to feel confident about driving in New Zealand.

Buckle up!

✔️ Episode 8: Grocery Stores in New Zealand

Unless you can afford to eat out every night then grocery shopping will be a regular part of your life here in New Zealand.

Grocery shopping will be a huge part of your life in New Zealand but what are the supermarkets like and will you be able to get your favourite delicacies from home?

Let’s find out exactly what you can expect from New Zealand when shopping for food.

 

✔️ Episode 9: What to bring (& what not to bring ) when you move to to New Zealand

What to bring with you when you move to New Zealand?

Is it worth bringing the sofa or should you buy one when you get here? 

What about the lawnmower? Will you be stopped at customs?

Will it save you money on shipping if you leave everything behind or will you be shocked at the prices of things in New Zealand?

This episode is probably our most popular as it sees Brian dive deep into what you should and shouldn’t bring!

Brian takes you on a tour of various household stores and compares prices on electrical goods, kitchen appliances and power tools.

After this episode, so you will know exactly what to bring and what to leave behind!

✔️Episode 10: Water safety in New Zealand

New Zealand is surrounded by water and your life here will no doubt involve some sort of water activity.

In this video, we cover everything from sharks to keeping your kids safe in the water – an invaluable insight into living on an island surrounded by the wet stuff!

✔️ Episode 11: Tramping/Lifestyle in New Zealand

New Zealander’s love to tramp, (kiwi talk for a hike), so what better way to introduce you to your new life than to take you on a brisk tramp through New Zealand bush!

In this video, Brian and Liz talk candidly about a common aspect of New Zealand lifestyle and how it will affect you and your outlook on life.

Get your walking boots on!

✔️ Episode 12: Where to live in New Zealand

City or town? This is a private video podcast for members only. 

In this video, Liz and Brian talk about the cities and towns around the North Island & South Island?  

Join us as we take an in-depth look at 12 popular cities and give our honest opinion on each of them.

✔️ Episode 13: What to do with your property back home

Rent your house snd then rent in New Zealand? sell your house and cut all ties? 

In this episode we discuss the different options you have when moving to New Zealand and talk to you about two very different experiences that happened to us and how it worked out.

✔️ Episode 14: FAQ About New Zealand

No question about moving to New Zealand is too small when making such a mammoth move as the one you are thinking of doing.

So I have added this section to the end of the guide to answer the many questions that people email us about.

I can only imagine that it will grow to some size before too long!

So far, we have made videos answering questions such as: ‘Is there really road rage in NZ?’

‘What kind of jobs could I expect to get in NZ?’

‘What is the weather like in summer vs winter’…

 

The list goes on!

Keep the questions coming and we will answer them to help everyone 🙂

 

✔️ Episode 15: Cities in New Zealand

Let’s get serious and look at some facts and figures, pros and cons of each major city in New Zealand! 

✔️ BONUS! Access To Our Private Moving To New Zealand Community Slack Group

This is probably the most valuable resource of all…support!

Once you purchase the guide you will join the friendly slack community.

Here you will make friends, swap stories and support each other in your quest to move to New Zealand.

We have families (healthcare workers) who are in the process of making the move to New Zealand, some have already moved, and are chatting about everything from shipping costs to getting a job. These new immigrants are sharing their adventure and giving tips along the way.

Within the Slack group, there is a #video channel where Liz and Brian post regular ‘real life’ New Zealand videos.

Becoming a member of this slack group normally costs $19 a month. It’s yours forever free with the guide.

A priceless Bonus!

✔️ BONUS! Members Only Private (Unreleased) Podcast Episodes

This is a recent addition to the guide and one we know you will love.

These podcasts are for your ears only.

Private, unreleased podcast episodes about New Zealand that will only be shared with you. Including:

1: Teenagers, parties, drugs in New Zealand

2: Our first year in New Zealand. Challenges.

3: New Zealand people. What we say and what we mean.

4: The Sadder Side of New Zealand. How The Country Copes With Tragedies.

 

 

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What people are saying…

“Liz & Brian have done it again!

Fantastic video course with lots of in-depth information on day-to-day living in New Zealand. I would highly recommend for anyone serious about moving and wanting more information other than just where to go bungee jumping 🙂 I don’t know how to thank you guys…why on EARTH doesn’t everyone know about this when moving to NZ??! “

Madison Parrott (Austin, Texas)

“I have just finished watching the final video in my New Zealand calling pack and I
just wanted to say how very informative and helpful it was!
It answered so many of my little questions and told me things I didn’t even know about!
And I am addicted to our Slack group! I can’t believe that I have been able to make friends with so many people going through the same as me. Because of you Liz and Brian I will now have a ready-made group of friends when I come to New Zealand! Why doesn’t everyone know about this??!
Thank You so, so much for creating this… New Zealand here we come!”
Linda Smith (Coventry, UK)
” The grand tour of our new home!
 Such useful behind the scenes information to prepare our move on a practical level, and plenty of motivation to persist with the immigration process, keeping our dream of living in NZ alive. A virtual trek that reassures and educates beyond YouTube cliches.  THANK YOU, Liz & Brian!”
Rachel Rouquet  (Arcachon, France)
“Liz and Brian’s video guide is just great. 
What I like about it is that it shows things that anyone who would like to live in New Zealand really wants to know! It’s ‘nitty-gritty’, personal info transcends any content I have seen before.
Also, the biggest plus for me, is that Liz and Brian genuinely interact with their audience in the Slack group! They are open to any question and help people interested in moving to New Zealand find each other. Thank you Liz and Brian for making this possible! 
Sem Derhaagh (The Netherlands)
I have thoroughly enjoyed your 5-day video guide and I am now in the process of integrating into the wonderful Slack group.
It is so lovely to chat with like-minded people about a common passion, and Liz & Bri are definitely very present there – as promised.
Many, many years will pass before I’ll be able to make the big leap and I hope the whole “It’s a drama” experience will join me for the whole trip.
Kia pai to ra,
Bert Troubleyn (Flanders, Belgium)
I am so pleased I purchased the New Zealand course Liz and Brian have created based on their experiences in New Zealand. 
Since we made the decision to move to New Zealand we’ve been combing the web for any content that helps us research all we can before we make the move. It’s easy to find YouTube videos on travelling the beautiful country but less so about the reality of living and working in it
Liz and Brian have created some really insightful videos into so many topics that people really focus on when making such a big move. I’ve loved that they haven’t just focused on all the positives of their move (although there are so many!) but also shared the negative and challenging experiences as well.
Obviously, it’s not going to be some utopia where there are no problems, but I feel like I’ve learned so much from their own experiences that I’m more prepared for when I do get to move.
I also really appreciate the British aspect and really enjoy the humour you bring to your videos and podcasts. Thanks so much for putting it all together!
Tom White (Croydon, England)
“We discovered Liz and Brian on YouTube in a video where Liz is showing how the grocery stores look like in NZ. After watching that video we were super excited and went straight away to there website www.itsadrama.com.
We read all their stories on their website and were even more excited!
First we take the 5 free video’s which we all watched in one go. If you are really planning to make a move to NZ then this is videos you want to see. Small things about real life you won’t find easy on YouTube.
After this, we get the offer to buy their video from 180 minutes off different subjects of moving and living in NZ. This has been our best investment about NZ so far.
In their first podcast from the year 2021, they talk about that video guide and Brian is saying that it took them 6 weeks to make it. Well, I can imagine, because they go really deep in all the subjects. It’s been joyful,  but more important, really informative and helpful!
Thanks a lot, Liz and Brian! Hope to see you soon in real life!
Jeff and Janneke Westerwouldt (from the Netherlands)
What can we say about Liz & Brian’s “Moving to and Living in New Zealand Guide”???  Only that it’s absolutely wonderful, informative, and so comforting. We have been planning this move from the US for over a year now and we’re nearing the end. 
We’ve had so many emotions along the way and most recently we’re terrified, but also equally excited.  Are we really doing the right thing?!  Snatching our kids away from their grandparents…are we mad?!
 
Liz & Brian’s video on leaving family behind was extremely reassuring and helped put our minds at ease: We’re doing this for our kids and for our own sanity.  We started with the podcast “It’s a Drama” and then we got hooked on the guide, and now we follow on Instagram!  Thank you Liz, Brian, and family for sharing your life and adventures and for going mad before we did so we can continue to feel sane!  Highly recommended!                                                                                          
Katie and David Blake (from California, US)
We can’t thank Liz & Brian for creating this New Zealand guide enough.
I am a nurse who is coming from the UK in August, I had listened to all of Liz’s podcasts and Youtube but this was even better. 
The icing on the cake is the Slack community. I have been able to see answers to so many issues, talk to others who are in the same boat and feel 100% supported. If you are moving to New Zealand and are reading this, do NOT hesitate to buy the guide! You won’t regret it!
Nathalie Mulling (from Leeds, UK)

This year has been so hard, we’ve been waiting and waiting for the news that borders will open for so long and it feels like it’s never going to happen at the moment.

We live in Manchester which is one of the places that have been under the harshest restrictions the longest in the UK, apart from 3 weeks in July we haven’t been allowed to anybody else’s house or garden for 11 months, no mixing indoors at all.

Your podcasts, videos and now this brilliant guide have honestly kept me going the last 4 weeks – so I just wanted you to both know that I’m emailing to say thanks and that I think the fact that I carried on listening even after hearing Brian was a Liverpool fan 😂 (my husband is a Utd fan and I’ve been an Everton season ticket holder my whole life) speaks to just how much we enjoy it, ha! Brilliant value for money!

Nicki Cottam (from Manchester, UK)

Liz and Brian have opened up their lives and their hearts by showcasing the beauty of the  New Zealand lifestyle.

Their videos will take you to their favourite cafes, restaurants, beaches and even the medical clinic they go to. They are authentic New Zealanders who will soon become your new best friends. Thank you, Liz and Brian!

 

-Keri Flint (from North Carolina, US)

“Liz combines her many years of living in New Zealand + her experience as an immigrant to bring an honest and in-depth look into what life is really like in New Zealand.

Fantastic video course!”

Alex Parrott (Austin, Texas)

Get the Moving to & Living in New Zealand Complete Guide Now For Only $49

FAQ

How do I pay?

We offer both credit card and Paypal options.

Do I have to complete the guide within a certain time?

No. Once you enrol in the guide you will be given your own login details. From there you can proceed through the video guide at your own leisure.

Am I limited to how many times I can watch the videos?

No. Absolutely not! Once you have the guide you can watch the series back as many times as you like (until you get to New Zealand and see it for yourself!)

Do you offer a money back guarantee?

Due to the nature of this digital guide, we are unable to offer refunds so please be certain that you really want to know about living in New Zealand before you purchase!

However… because we know how hard it is to buy things online and because we are 100% confident that you are going to LOVE this New Zealand video guide, we will say this:

If after watching the entire three-hour series you are disappointed with your guide and don’t feel as though you have been shown what life is like in New Zealand then we will gladly refund your money.

Simply send us an email and let us know your thoughts and we will return your payment.

It doesn’t get better than that does it?!

 

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