New Zealand - NZ

Name New Zealand (Cost of living)
Country ISO codes NZ / NZL
Continent Oceania
Continent code OC
Capital Wellington
Area 26331
DD coordinates -43.374488 / 172.466271
DMS coordinates -43°22'28.16" S / 172°27'58.57" E
UTM coordinates 59G 618785.67418164 5196553.6153804
Total cities 1321
Flag of New Zealand

New Zealand on map

New Zealand is a part of the Oceania continent. It's geographical location is subject to the ISO (International Organization for Standardization) standardization, which, for New Zealand, is NZ.

It's territory covers an area of 26331 square kilometers. The country’s administration comes from Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand. On nationwide level, English is declared to be the official language(es) of the country.

On its territory, there are multiple nationalities and ethnic groups represented, such as New Zealander. Highways and other transport links are characterized by a rather left-side road traffic. Traveling by car, people can drive 94000 km of roadways. Railway surfaces by length cover a total area of 4128 km.

Regular telecommunication operations are performed with the use of 64 prefix. Citizens and residents of the country use NZD as the main currency to purchase goods and pay for services. Most people in New Zealand live according to the Pacific/Auckland time zone, which is also the one used in Wellington.

More about New Zealand

Official languages English
Nationalities New Zealander
Road traffic Left
Domain zone .nz
Phone codes 64
Currencies NZD
Life expectancy males Ø 80,2 years
Life expectancy females Ø 83,6 years
Birthrate 12,0 ‰
Deathrate 6,9 ‰
Males/Females 49,2%/50,8%


GDP 2,02 bn $
Exportations 56,76 bn $
Importations 56,46 bn $
Tourism receipts 10,96 bn $
Unemployment rate 4,6%
Inflation rate 1,62%
Corruption index 88 (good)
Energy consumption 39,5 bn kWh

Land use

3% Urban areas 8116 km²
42% Agricultural areas 113027 km²
39% Forest 103229 km²
0% Water areas 4400 km²
16% Others 43338 km²


Roadways 94000 km
Railways 4128 km
Commercial harbors 113
Airports 148

New Zealand cities by first letter

Filter by starting letters of the city (cities - 1321):

ISO 2 Flag Name Continent Capital Distance
PRT Flag of Portugal Portugal Europe Lisbon 19590 km
ESP Flag of Spain Spain Europe Madrid 19542 km
AND Flag of Andorra Andorra Europe - 19267 km
JEY Flag of Jersey Jersey Europe - 19245 km
GGY Flag of Guernsey Guernsey Europe - 19240 km
FRA Flag of France France Europe - 19200 km
GIB Flag of Gibraltar Gibraltar Europe Gibraltar 19189 km
IRL Flag of Ireland Ireland Europe - 18896 km
MCO Flag of Monaco Monaco Europe - 18811 km
BEL Flag of Belgium Belgium Europe Brussels 18810 km
ISO 2 Flag Name Continent Capital Distance
NFK Flag of Norfolk Island Norfolk Island Oceania Kingston 1645 km
NCL Flag of New Caledonia New Caledonia Oceania Noumea 2540 km
TON Flag of Tonga Tonga Oceania - 2716 km
FJI Flag of Fiji Fiji Oceania Suva 2951 km
VUT Flag of Vanuatu Vanuatu Oceania Port Vila 3139 km
NIU Flag of Niue Niue Oceania - 3169 km
WLF Flag of Wallis and Futuna Wallis and Futuna Oceania - 3356 km
COK Flag of Cook Islands Cook Islands Oceania - 3555 km
WSM Flag of Samoa Samoa Oceania Apia 3608 km
ASM Flag of American Samoa American Samoa Oceania Pago Pago 3608 km

There are many ways to find how far is New Zealand (NZ) from other places on map, North pole, Equator or South pole, there are 2 common methods - the distance calculated in kilometers and miles by Haversine formula.

From New Zealand to Haversine
North pole 14831 km 9215 mil
Equator 15134 km 9404 mil
South pole 5185 km 3222 mil

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41339 Airports

People also ask - FAQ

The most longest distances between New Zealand and Portugal is 19590 kilometers or 12173 miles.
The most smallest distances between New Zealand and Norfolk Island is 1645 kilometers or 1022 miles.
We found information about 1321 cities.
The capital of NZ is Wellington with population in 2022 over 418500 people.
The area of New Zealand (NZ) is 26331 square kilometers.
Yes, New Zealand is part of the continent of Oceania.
Official name of NZ is New Zealand.
New Zealand has approximately 148 airports.