Does your DVD/Blu-ray or game show a New Zealand classification label? If it does, you can legally sell it in New Zealand. Take a look at the classification labels and learn what they mean.
Here's what to do if you don't see a New Zealand label:
If a DVD/Blu-ray or game is classified as 'Objectionable' (banned) it is illegal to possess it, or to supply it to other people. You can check the status of your game or DVD/Blu-ray on the NZ Register of Classification Decisions
If you need more information please contact our Information Unit.
Classification labels are supplied by the Film and Video Labelling Body. Contact details as follows:
Film and Video Labelling Body
Level 1, 33 Bath Street
PO Box 37754
Phone: (09) 361 3882
If you are concerned a seller on an online auction site is not labelling their DVDs/games correctly, you can contact the Censorship Compliance Unit at the Department of Internal Affairs.