Statistics for sub-national areas such as regional councils, territorial authorities, and area units. Electronic files and maps of these areas are also available.
Data for geographic areas
- Statistics for Auckland Council
Advice for users of the data available on the new Auckland council area, and on statistics to be released soon.
- QuickStats About a Place
Overviews of territorial authorities and regions covering demographics, dwellings, households, transport, etc.
- 2006 Meshblock Dataset
Contains counts starting at the meshblock level for selected variables from the 2006, 2001, and 1996 Census of Population and Dwellings, rebased to 2006 Census boundaries. These counts are at the highest level of each variable’s classification. The dataset also contains counts for area units, wards, territorial authorities, and regional councils.
- Regional Stocktake
Lists sub-nationally available central government datasets and supporting information. It should be used as a first port of call for any potential user of subnational information, from local and central government to independent researchers.
Reports and articles
- Mapping trends in the Auckland region (June 2009)
Presents background data to help inform the debate. It looks at some fundamental social, demographic, and economic trends affecting people in the Auckland region. It focuses particularly on geographical patterns, and how these are changing over time. The data come from population censuses and projections, and cover the period 1991 to 2031. The results are presented mainly through maps and graphs.
- Local population trends
An Excel file that contains graphs, tables and supporting notes which illustrate past and likely future trends in population size, population age structure, births, deaths, and net migration for each territorial authority and regional council area, as well as for New Zealand as a whole.
- Commuting Patterns in New Zealand: 1996–2006 (July 2009)
Statistical overview of commuting patterns in New Zealand between 1996 and 2006, focusing on Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch cities.
- New Zealand: An Urban/Rural Profile update
Updates and reviews the experimental classification used in the 2004 report New Zealand: An Urban/Rural Profile, using 2006 Census information. It produces a greater timeseries view on this important segmentation of living in New Zealand.
- Urban rural profile (2007)
- Regional articles and presentations
List of articles and presentations in PDF format.
Information about geographic areas
Page updated 11 April 2012