|New Zealand EmbassyWashington DC (Embassy)
37 Observatory Circle NW, Washington DC 20008, USA
Telephone: 1 (202) 328 4800Los Angeles (Consulate-General)
2425 Olympic Blvd, Suite 600E, Santa Monica, CA 90404
Telephone: 1 (310) 566 6555New York (Consulate-General)
222 East 41st St, Suite 2510 (between 2nd & 3rd Aves) New York, NY 10017-6702
Telephone: 1 (212) 832-4038
|New Zealand Trade and Enterprise
Los Angeles (Regional Office):
2425 Olympic Blvd, Suite 610 East, Santa Monica, California 90404, USATelephone:+1 310 633 7904
Telephone:+1 212 832 7420
|Tourism New Zealand
Tourism is one of New Zealand’s largest export industries, second only to the dairy industry in terms of foreign exchange earnings. It directly employs 6.2 per cent of the New Zealand workforce and indirectly employs a further 3.4 per cent.Suite 300, 501 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica CA 90401-2443 United States
Telephone:+1 310 395 7480
Fax:+1 31 395 5453
Corporate Website: www.tourismnewzealand.com
Kea connects more than 100,000 talented Kiwis and ‘Friends of New Zealand’ around the world. It’s free to join and you don’t have to be overseas or even a Kiwi – you just have to be passionate about New Zealand, want to stay connected via the Kea global network and be positive about contributing to New Zealand’s success on the global stage.Click here for more information on Kea’s activities in the United States.
|Kiwis in LA
The network for New Zealanders living, visiting, or doing business in Los Angeles
|Australia New Zealand Technology Network (San Francisco)
ANZA Technology Network is a business accelerator that works with Australian, New Zealand, American and Asian entrepreneurs to access new markets and commercialize globally.
|New Zealand American Association in San Francisco
The New Zealand American Association of San Francisco provides a social and networking forum for Kiwis and their American friends in the Bay Area. At the same time, we work to promote New Zealand – the people, the culture, the food, the wine, the sport, the place (and the hobbits!)
|Australian American New Zealand Association
|Kiwi Club of New York City
|Southern Cross Club in Washington DC Area
The organisation for ex-pat New Zealanders and Australians in the Washington DC area. Their regular newsletter is ‘Under the Southern Cross.’
|NZ Brain-drain Discussion Group
Connecting Kiwi concern in the international academy.
Contact: Richard Easther, Brown University
|New Zealand USA Connection Hawaii
|Seattle Christchurch Sister City Association
Through sister city programs, grassroots citizen groups and local governments work together to promote international understanding and goodwill through person to person contacts. Out of the exchange of ideas and shared experiences, true friendships develop.
Seattle Christchurch Sister City Assoc./NZers of Seattle
PO Box 51059
|Australian New Zealand America Society
|New Zealand Association in Georgia
|Kiwis in Sunny Florida
Four years old, regular meetings.
Contact e-mail: email@example.com
|Public, Nolita New York
Design their food as ‘free-spirit fusion’, this Michelin Star restaurant draws inspiration from both New Zealand ingredients and cuisine.
|The Musket Room, Nolita
Named for the Musket Wars of the early 19th century, which were fought in the chef Matt Lambert’s native New Zealand. The country also dominates the wine list.
|Kiwiana Restaurant, Brooklyn
Kiwiana is about combining the rich cultural and culinary traditions of New Zealand with Chef Mark Simmons’ passion for his beloved homeland and dining in a friendly and welcoming space.
847 Union St.
For reservations:(718) 230-3682
|Dub Pies, Brooklyn
Down Under Bakery (DUB) Pies, established 2003, is proud to be the first specialty bakery to bring the authentic New Zealand-Australian experience — the culturally iconic meat pie — to New York City.
211 Prospect Park West
Phone: (718) 788 2448
Synonymous with cafés, truck stops and the corner store all over NZ, the pie is an iconic kiwi culinary tradition. This individual, hand-sized portable fare typically contains meat, vegetables and gravy enclosed in a shell of flaky pastry.
We’ve stepped it up a notch! While retaining kiwi authenticity, we’ve innovatively combined fresh, local ingredients, creating layers of flavor and deliciousness transforming the humble kiwi pie into a meal that is truly gourmet.order by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
New Zealand fashion designer Rebecca Taylor has various store locations around the USOfficial
New York Icebreaker apparel system has grown to include underwear, mid layer garments, outerwear, socks and accessories for men, women and kids. You can buy Icebreaker in more than 3000 stores in 43 countries.
102 Wooster Street, Soho