Pop star Justin Bieber arrives in New Zealand tomorrow to promote his new album Believe.
The 18-year-old lands in Auckland on a promotional visit from July 18 - 20, but no concert dates have been announced.
Universal has not revealed what time he will arrive in the country, but it is likely the teen sensation will avoid the airport terminal after a fan stole his baseball hat and held it ransom when he was in the country two years ago.
During his last visit, Bieber bungee jumped and posted a video of it on his Twitter account saying: "BUNGY!!! I love New Zealand!!".
Meanwhile, Bieber arrived in Australia on Sunday and tweeted that he "hated long flights".
"But worth it to see my fans in Australia."
Despite the secrecy surrounding the star's whirlwind tour of Melbourne and Sydney, it did not take his dedicated fans long to figure out where Bieber was hiding out after arriving Down Under.
Fans, mostly teenage girls, camped outside The Olsen Hotel on Chapel Street in South Yarra, where it is believed Bieber is staying.
A crowd started gathering at the stylish hotel after news of Bieber's arrival was broadcast on social networking site Twitter.
"THE OLSEN HOTEL LOCATED IN CHAPEL ST! AUSSIE BELIEBERS GET DOWN THERE!" one fan tweeted on Sunday afternoon.
"Justin's at the Olsen Hotel but fans can't go in and he won't come out. You could always climb the walls like spiderman or wait it out," another fan tweeted in excitement.
The first photographs of Bieber in Australia have also appeared online. A series of six photos on fan website justinbieberzone.com, show the teen pop star, dressed in a grey hoodie, posing with fans at what appears to be an airport.
Another snap on photo-sharing site Instagram shows Bieber walking through the foyer of The Olsen.
Last time the Canadian star visited - in April 2010 - it was pandemonium. A planned free concert, put on by the Seven Network's Sunrise program at Sydney's Circular Quay was cancelled due to overcrowding.
As hordes of teenagers surged forward, things got so dangerous that Bieber pleaded with them to go home.
The television network is taking no chances this time, promising beefed-up security to safeguard Bieber's Sunrise appearance on Wednesday morning.