The Navy does not work in isolation. We have working relationships with allied nations navies, different military forces, other government agencies, and external organisations. Additionally, some Navy units are in demand, and have their own sites too.
Links are provided to those organisations that can provide you with useful information and may stimulate further interest.
Whilst these links are provided, the Royal New Zealand Navy does not take responsibility for information contained on these sites.
For comprehensive information about the history of the Royal New Zealand Navy, and to see the vast amount of images and collections, visit the Navy Museum site.
Babcock (NZ) have a strategic partnering relationship with the Navy to manage the Dockyard and maintain the Fleet. They also use the dockyard for external commercial business.
Visit the official website of the Royal Navy.
Visit the official website of the Royal Australian Navy.
Visit the official website of the Royal Canadian Navy.
Visit the official website of the Republic of Singapore Navy.
Visit the official website of the Royal Malaysian Navy. To get English language translation, click on the Union Jack flag to the bottom-left of the main banner.
The Minister of Defence is the Honourable Dr Jonathan Coleman. The link to his page on the Beehive website is below.
Governments principal advisor on defence policy.
Provides tuition and guidance to anyone wanting to enrich their understanding of military, defence and strategic affairs.
Visit the official website of the New Zealand Army.
Visit the official website of the Royal New Zealand Air Force.
Visit the official website of the New Zealand Defence Force.
Visit the official website of the NZ Army Museum.
Visit the oficial website of the RNZAF Museum.
Visit Janes Navy International/Defence Weekly/Int Defence Review - information vital to the understanding of global defence, aerospace and transportation.
Online site for Australian Defence Magazine.
Official website of the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations.
Permanent missions to the UN.
Online bookshop, exhibits, education resources and information for harbour charters and functions.
A link to the official site of Maritime New Zealand (previously Maritime Safety Authority).
The RSA is one of the largest voluntary welfare organisations in New Zealand.
The Department of Conservation is the central government organisation charged with conserving the natural and historic heritage of New Zealand on behalf of and for the benefit of present and future New Zealanders.
The official website of the NZ Hydrographic Society.
The official website of the New Zealand Coastguard.
The official website of the New Zealand Customs Service.
The Ministry of Primary Industries is the Government's principal advisor on fisheries and aquaculture management. MPI Fisheries Officers regularly assist Navy vessels patrolling New Zealand's fisheries.
The official website of the New Zealand Police.
The Naval Association is open for full membership to all retired and serving naval personnel of the Royal New Zealand Navy or any of the Commonwealth Royal Navys, who have served a minimum period of 6 months continuous service.
The website of the Cadet Forces.
DRA takes a regional view on news about the Asian defence industry.
Official Waitangi National Trust Website.
Monthly articles on Australian and New Zealand defence capability projects.
Supporting our deployed people and their families.
Information about medals awarded to New Zealand military personnel since the 1840s.