Overviews of New Zealand and its communities at the 2013 Census, with facts, tables, and graphs about places, iwi, ethnic groups, and key topics.
2013 Census individual iwi posters and 2013 Census iwi grouping posters
Posters about New Zealand's 74 largest individual iwi and 12 major iwi groupings show 2013 Census information in English and te reo Māori. The posters relate to the 2013 Census iwi profiles.
2013 Census iwi profiles
Iwi individual profiles and iwi grouping profiles give information from the 2013 Census about people of Māori descent living in New Zealand and their iwi, including characteristics like age and sex, language, religion, and housing.
See also media releases in English Census gives insights into iwi and te reo He tuku whakamāramatanga te tatauranga mō ngā iwi.
2013 Census ethnic group profiles
2013 Census information about the different ethnic groups living in New Zealand, including overviews of topics such as population and geography, birthplace, education, and housing.
See also media release Census paints detailed picture of ethnic groups.
2013 Census QuickStats about people aged 65 and over
2013 Census information about people aged 65+ living in New Zealand, including an overview of the population, geographic location, household composition and housing, culture and identity, work and unpaid activity, and income.
2013 Census QuickStats about education and training
2013 Census information about topics relating to education and training in New Zealand, at both national and subnational levels, including highest qualification gained, post-school qualification field of study, and study participation.
2013 Census QuickStats about work and unpaid activities
2013 Census information about topics relating to work and unpaid avtivities in New Zealand, including work and labour force status, status in employment, occupation, industry, sector of ownership, hours worked in employment per week, and unpaid activities.
2013 Census QuickStats about transport and communications
2013 Census information about topics relating to transport and communications in New Zealand, including main means of travel to work, and household access to motor vehicles and telecommunication systems.
2013 Census QuickStats about families and households
2013 Census information about a variety of topics relating to families and households in New Zealand, at both a national and subnational level.
2013 Census QuickStats about income
2013 Census information about sources and amounts of personal, family, and household income, including breakdowns by region. Details including age, sex, ethnicity, educational qualification, and occupation are available for personal income.
2013 Census QuickStats about a place
Information on a range of topics for regional council areas, territorial authority areas (cities and districts), Auckland local board areas, and area units. Read the media release 2013 Census paints a picture of our communities. See similar information on a map: 2013 Census map – QuickStats about a place. See posters with selected data about cities, districts, and Auckland local board areas.
2013 Census QuickStats about culture and identity
Information from the 2013 Census about the ethnic groups New Zealanders belong to, the countries they were born in, the languages they speak, and the religions they affiliate with.
2013 Census QuickStats about housing
Information from the 2013 Census about New Zealand’s housing stock, and trends in the number, type, and size of the dwellings we are living in.
2013 Census QuickStats about greater Christchurch
Text, simple tables, graphs, and Excel tables about greater Christchurch following the 2010–11 earthquakes, and since the 2006 Census. Information includes population change and movement, dwellings, age, sex, and cultural diversity.
2013 Census QuickStats about national highlights
Text, simple tables, graphs, and Excel tables with information such as age, sex, location, and ethnicity.
2013 Census QuickStats about Māori
Text, simple tables, graphs and Excel tables of Māori, by Māori ethnic group and Māori descent.
Tatauranga 2013 Ngā Tauanga Tere mō te Māori
Tuhinga, ngā tūtohi māmā noa iho, ngā kauwhata me ngā tūtohi Excel mō ngā Māori mātāwaka, whakapapa rānei.
2013 Census maps
Visualise 2013 Census data in StatsMaps. Data covers a range of subjects. Most maps cover regions, territories, and area units, and some also cover meshblocks. View maps for individual iwi, larger natural iwi groupings, and ethnic groups larger than 100 people, as well as maps using 2014 general electorate and Māori electorate boundaries. More maps will be added when available.
People aged 65+ living in New Zealand
Key facts about people aged 65+ in New Zealand in 2013.
Education and training in New Zealand – infographic
Key facts about education and training in New Zealand in 2013.
Transport and communications in New Zealand – infographic
Key facts about transport and communications in New Zealand in 2013.
Families and households in New Zealand – infographic
Key characteristics of families and households in New Zealand in 2013.
Major ethnic groups in New Zealand – infographic
Key features of New Zealand’s major ethnic group populations.
Spotlight on greater Christchurch – infographic
The changing picture of greater Christchurch since the 2006 Census, including population changes, and where people are working following the 2010–11 earthquakes.
Women at work: 1991–2013
Uses census data from the 20 years to 2013 to look at trends in occupational segregation between women and men.
A century of censuses
Brings together a range of indicators as graphs, Excel tables, and brief text analysis from censuses over the years. First two topics – population, and dwellings and households – available.
Living outside the norm: An analysis of people living in temporary and communal dwellings, 2013 Census
2013 Census information about people in New Zealand living in dwellings outside the norm – ie different from the private houses, units, and apartments that most of the population lives in. These include non-private (communal) dwellings and alternative forms of private housing.
Commuting patterns in Auckland
Commuting patterns in greater Christchurch
Commuting patterns in Wellington
These reports discuss trends in commuting patterns in major cities and regions, using data from the 2006 and 2013 Censuses. They include commentary, maps, and graphs.
People in occupied private dwellings, 2013 Census – treemap
Explore the interactive treemap to compare the relative numbers of people living in the different types of occupied private dwellings.
People in non-private dwellings, 2013 Census – treemap
Explore the interactive treemap to compare the relative numbers of people living in each type of non-private dwelling.
2013 Census Commuter View – interactive visualisation
An experimental interactive mapping tool using 2013 Census data that shows the number of people commuting between area units. The map enables the viewer to identify areas of high employment density.
2013 Census birthplace of people in New Zealand – treemap
Explore the 2013 Census birthplace treemap to compare changes in proportions of the countries people were born in between 2013 Census and the last census in 2006.
2013 Census industry of employed people in New Zealand – treemap
Explore the industry treemap to compare changes in proportions of the industries people were employed in between 2013 Census and the last census in 2006.
2013 Census occupation of employed people in New Zealand – treemap
Explore the occupation treemap to compare changes in proportions of people's occupations between the previous census in 2006 and the 2013 Census.
2013 Census products and services release schedule
A list of all published and upcoming 2013 Census products and services.
Updated 21 July 2015