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You can also get help to find and use our data.
View the past, present, or future age-sex distribution of New Zealand's population.
Get a real-time estimate of the current resident population of New Zealand.
See also our Population section for the latest population stats, reports and articles, and related information.
Datasets by subject and theme
Extract the data you want from large datasets. Create, customise, and download tables. Select from a range of subjects and themes.
View and download the most up-to-date time-series data from this large statistical database.
View and explore changes in the CPI basket of goods and services. Download data in CSV format.
View and download pre-prepared bulk CSV downloads of our time-series data.
View our business tools, data, and case studies all in one place to help you start and grow your business.
Compare your business with competitors. Get stats on small businesses by industry and region. Find numbers of new businesses, worker turnover and survival rates, and average earnings for staff.
Locate your target market by age, sex, income, household, or family type. Zoom in on regions, areas, and suburbs.
Compare your financial performance against similar firms in your industry. Find information to help you improve your business performance. Note: This tool is on Inland Revenue’s website.
See also our Business section for the latest business stats, reports, and related information.
Geographic data, maps, and files
Explore statistical maps about New Zealand and its people. These maps show changes in our society and economy.
Find data, reports, and maps for New Zealand and subnational areas. Use our Geographic Boundary Viewer to see a range of geographical boundaries, including 2006 and 2013 Census boundaries.
Download shapefiles, geodatabases, and MapInfo files to use within GIS software. The files contain statistical and administrative geographic boundaries for New Zealand, including general and Māori electoral districts.
Metadata and classifications
Explore our metadata. Search or browse for information about our statistical activities and data.
Enter a keyword to find a classification category, search for a category by its code, or browse the classification hierarchy.
Download and use the CCS tool to code commonly used standard classifications, including industry, occupation, and geographic coding.