New Zealand Statistics: Maps & Boundaries

Statistics New Zealand uses defined boundaries for the data it collects, however, these boundaries have changed over time. Agencies other than Statistics New Zealand may use different boundaries, so statistics between agencies may not be able to be compared easily.

As there are few boundary maps available before 1920, comparison of data over time will be difficult for areas smaller than provincial districts. Maps appear in some census volumes.

Arrow Contains significant New Zealand content In Print Atlas of New Zealand Regional Statistics 1968

Arrow Contains significant New Zealand content In Print Maps of Statistical Boundaries : Statistical Areas, Statistical Divisions, Urban Areas, Subdivisions of Cities and Urban Areas, Counties 1971

Arrow Contains significant New Zealand content In Print Statistical Maps of New Zealand 1981
Forty four maps, arranged by area.

Arrow Contains significant New Zealand content In Print Atlas of New Zealand Boundaries 1986

Arrow Contains significant New Zealand content In Print Atlas of New Zealand Boundaries 1996

Arrow Contains significant New Zealand content In Print Urban Area Boundaries 1996
Census boundary maps by region. Boundaries include Area Unit, Urban Area and Regional Council.

Arrow Contains significant New Zealand content Interactive Boundary Maps
Statistics New Zealand's interactive boundary maps show facts about geographic areas in New Zealand, including the number of people and households. They show the boundaries used for the 2006 Census, including the regions, towns or cities, area units, and meshblocks.

Arrow Contains significant New Zealand content Electorate Boundaries

 

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