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Opening Hours

Gravitas Waikato Print is open Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm.

Thursday 17th December we will open at the slightly later time of 10:30am.

Christmas Closing Period

We will close on Friday 18th December 2020 at 4:30pm and reopen on Tuesday 5th January 2021 at 8:30am.


Alert Level 1 - Waikato Print remains open with hand sanitising available.

Please use the NZ COVID Tracer app on entry or sign in manually using the form provided.

Welcome to Gravitas Waikato Print

Here to provide you with a total print service.

We manage your job from start to finish, ensuring the whole process runs smoothly. We have an extensive product range, a superb graphic design service and an excellent reputation for high quality and fast turnaround at competitive pricing.

  • Print Consultation
  • Graphic Design (on-line and print)
  • Printing (including variable, personalised and large format printing)
  • Print Finishing
  • Merchandise (minimum quantities apply - ask in-store)

University of Waikato Merchandise

Items available for purchase in-store and online:

  • Frames
  • Badges
  • Face Masks and Sleeves
  • Drink bottles
  • Umbrellas
  • Beanies
  • Caps
  • Lanyards
  • Drawstring bags
  • Coasters
  • Pens

Items available for purchase online only at

  • All clothing apparel
  • Soft toys

Print Consultation

Your first point of call! Our customer service team have extensive knowledge and experience in print and media.


Graphic Design

Our in-house graphic designer will assist you in realising your vision; on-line or print.


Print and Finishing

Gravitas Waikato Print provides digital and print management services to cater for all your printing requirements.


Gravitas Waikato Print uses paper which is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) or Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) accredited. This stock is sourced from responsibly managed forests where continuous replanting of trees occurs. Which, contrary to popular belief, is often more environmentally friendly and carries a smaller carbon footprint than recycled paper.