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List of New Zealand urban areas

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List of New Zealand urban areas

This article lists urban areas of New Zealand (as defined by Statistics New Zealand) ranked by population or median income.


  • Urban areas ranked by population 1
  • Main urban areas ranked by median income 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Urban areas ranked by population

Figures are at the June 2014 estimate.[1]

Main urban areas ranked by median income

Figures are for all people over 15 years of age and are in New Zealand dollars. The source is the Regional Summary from the 2001 New Zealand Census.

1 Wellington $23,900
2 Auckland $21,200
3 Kapiti $18,500
4 Hamilton $18,400
5 Rotorua $17,700
6 Christchurch $17,600
7 Palmerston North $17,200
8 Nelson $17,200
9 Tauranga $16,900
10= Napier-Hastings $16,400
10= New Plymouth $16,400
12 Invercargill $16,200
13 Whangarei $15,600
14 Gisborne $15,300
15 Whanganui $14,700

See also


  1. ^ "Subnational Population Estimates: At 30 June 2014 (provisional)".  
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