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Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, 4-15 April 2018

From Rio to the Gold Coast - Now it's time for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, 4 - 15 April 2018

Exactly one year ago today, on the 24th of August 2016, we welcomed the most successful New Zealand Olympic Team in history home from Rio.

Now it’s time for you to support our Commonwealth Games Team, ready for the Gold Coast games in April 2018.

Gold Coast Commonwealth Games packages on sale now.

You can be there as our Kiwi athletes take on some of the greatest athletes in the world, right next door on the stunning Gold Coast.

Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Packages are now on sale and won’t last long. Buy now at New Zealand Olympic Travel and be there to support our team.

• Opening Ceremony Packages

• Sport Finals Packages

• Netball/Rugby/Hockey Packages

Visit now to secure your packages and support our team.

The New Zealand Commonwealth Games Team

Some 250 athletes will wear the Silver Fern at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast next April – we're heading for our biggest team ever. Our athletes will represent New Zealand in up to 18 sports, taking on friends and rivals from across the Commonwealth.

October marks six months to the Gold Coast Opening Ceremony and we’d love you to be part of our games countdown.

We’re looking forward to sharing the story of our athletes across our social channels, website and right here in our games build-up newsletters.

We’ll be back in touch in October with more information.

See you on the Gold Coast, 4 - 15 April 2018!

The New Zealand Commonwealth Games Team


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