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New Zealand /njuːˈzilənd/ new-zee-lənd, Māori: Aotearoa) is an island country located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean as its shown in New Zealand map. The country geographically comprises two main landmasses ‒ that of the North and South Islands ‒ and numerous smaller islands. Because of its remoteness, it was one of the last lands to be settled by humans.
Transport in New Zealand, with its mountainous topography and a relatively small population mostly located near its long coastline as you can see in New Zealand map, has always faced many challenges. Before Europeans arrived, Māori either walked or used watercraft on rivers or along the coasts. Later on, European shipping and railways revolutionised the way of transporting goods and people, before being themselves overtaken by road and air, which are nowadays the dominant forms of transport.
New Zealand extends 1,600km (1000 miles) from sub-tropical Northland (36° S) to the world most southerly grape growing region Central Otago (46° S). New Zealand country has just over 4 million people with a country 10% larger than UK & Northern Ireland – 275,000 sq km as its shown in New Zealand map.
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The Realm of New Zealand is one of 16 realms within the commonwealth and comprises New Zealand, Tokelau, the Ross Dependency, the Cook Islands and Niue as its shown in New Zealand on map. The Cook Islands and Niue are self-governing states in free association with New Zealand. The New Zealand Parliament cannot pass legislation for these countries, but with their consent can act on behalf of them in foreign affairs and defence.
In 2008, oil, gas and coal generated approximately 69 percent of New Zealand gross energy supply and 31% was generated from renewable energy, primarily hydroelectric power and geothermal power. New Zealand transport network includes 93,805 kilometres (58,288 mi) of roads, worth 23 billion dollars, and 4,128 kilometres (2,565 mi) of railway lines as its mentioned in New Zealand on map. Most major cities and towns are linked by bus services, although the private car is the predominant mode of transport. The railways were privatised in 1993, then re-purchased by the government in 2004 and vested into a state owned enterprise
New Zealand is heavily dependent on international trade, particularly in agricultural products. Exports account for a high 24 percent of its output, making New Zealand vulnerable to international commodity prices and global economic slowdowns. Its principal export industries are agriculture, horticulture, fishing, forestry and mining, which make up about half of the country exports as you can see in New Zealand on map. Its major export partners are Australia, United States, Japan, China, and the United Kingdom.
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New Zealand has a modern, prosperous and developed market economy with an estimated gross domestic product (GDP) at purchasing power parity (PPP) per capita of roughly US$28,250. The currency is the New Zealand dollar as its shown in the detailed map of New Zealand, informally known as the "Kiwi dollar"; it also circulates in the Cook Islands (see Cook Islands dollar), Niue, Tokelau, and the Pitcairn Islands. New Zealand was ranked 5th in the 2011 Human Development Index, 4th in the The Heritage Foundation 2012 Index of Economic Freedom, and 13th in INSEAD's 2012 Global Innovation Index.
New Zealand geographic isolation for 80 million years and island biogeography is responsible for the country unique species of flora and fauna. They have either evolved from Gondwanan wildlife or the few organisms that have managed to reach the shores flying, swimming or being carried across the sea. About 82 percent of New Zealand indigenous vascular plants are endemic, covering 1,944 species across 65 genera and includes a single family as its mentioned in the detailed map of New Zealand. The two main types of forest are those dominated by broadleaf trees with emergent podocarps, or by southern beech in cooler climates. The remaining vegetation types consist of grasslands, the majority of which are tussock.
The main North and South Islands of New Zealand are separated by the Cook Strait, 22 kilometres (14 mi) wide at its narrowest point as you can see in the detailed map of New Zealand. Besides the North and South Islands, the five largest inhabited islands are Stewart Island, the Chatham Islands, Great Barrier Island (in the Hauraki Gulf), d'Urville Island (in the Marlborough Sounds) and Waiheke Island (about 22 km (14 mi) from central Auckland).
Map of Northern New Zealand shows the North part of the country New Zealand. Northern New Zealand map will allow you to easily explore areas of the North of New Zealand in Oceania. The map of Northern New Zealand is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
New Zealand North Island or Northern New Zealand offers island sanctuaries and lively cities with a large helping of culture and history for a truly diverse holiday experience. From the far north where New Zealand political history began, journey through landscapes that blend magnificent coasts and beaches, sprawling farmlands and geothermal wonders as its shown in the map of Northern New Zealand. Māori culture is rich and ever-present in many parts of the North Island. North Island has the great majority of the national population and is gaining an increasingly larger proportion, concentrated in the vicinity of the major urban areas, Wellington (the national capital) and Auckland.
Northern New Zealand enjoys a warm, temperate climate and is known for its volcanic activity, beaches, national parks and cosmopolitan cities. Home to about three-quarters of New Zealand population, it has the country largest city, Auckland as its mentioned in the map of Northern New Zealand. Surrounded by bays and islands, it is known as the “the City of Sails.” At its southern tips is the harbourside capital Wellington, home to government and the national museum, Te Papa.
Northern New Zealand, Maori Te Ika-a-Maui, island, the smaller of the two principal islands of New Zealand in the South Pacific Ocean. It is separated from South Island by Cook Strait as you can see in the map of Northern New Zealand. The island terrain rises to a central mountain range (a continuation of the South Island range), which parallels the east coast. The range reaches its highest point at the volcanic Mount Ruapehu (9,176 feet [2,797 metres]) within Tongariro National Park (designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1990).
Map of Southern New Zealand shows the South part of the country New Zealand. Southern New Zealand map will allow you to easily explore areas of the South of New Zealand in Oceania. The map of Southern New Zealand is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
New Zealand South Island or southern New Zealand is undoubtedly one of the world most beautiful places, where golden beaches and dense rainforests border the snow-capped Southern Alps and adventures are endless. From turquoise lakes and lush peninsulas to snowcapped mountains and sparkling glaciers, the South Island majestic landscapes offer awe and adventure in equal measure. With just over a million people scattered across 151,215 sq km as its shown in the map of Southern New Zealand, you will have no trouble finding your own slice of wilderness on New Zealand 'mainland'.
Looking at the map of Southern New Zealand, you could be misled by the size of New Zealand South Island. As you are circling the 58,000-square-mile island, packed full of every kind of landscape imaginable, it might be hard to believe that its entirety could nearly fit within Illinois borders. On the island northeast coast, Canterbury tussock-covered plains meet thousands of miles of golden beaches; head west and you will hit glaciers hidden among thick swaths of rainforest; to the east, remnants of extinct volcanoes form a rugged coastline holding bright blue bays; and to the south, rare penguins thrive in forests that almost reach the sea.
Experience the beauty of Southern New Zealand highest peak on foot wandering the easy Hooker Valley Track, enjoy a birds eye view of the area from the air or take to the surrounding turquoise waters by boat. Discover Victorian grandeur and intrigue with a visit to Australasia only castle. Built by William Larnach in 1871, the castle and its creator offer a fascinating look into Dunedin history. Stewart Island is home to New Zealand largest and most diverse bird population as you can see in the map of Southern New Zealand. Here, you can try and spot kaka, albatross, penguins, weka and even kiwis as you walk. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Fiordland National Park features the majestic Milford and Doubtful Sounds which you can experience by boat, air or on foot.