Maps based on statistics are often found within atlases, topographical or subject based.
Visualise changes in our society, economy and environment through maps.
See latest releases from the 2013 Census.
Census Meshblock Data - 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 council areas. Download the data to Excel (149MB)
StreetLink - The streets file is a list of address ranges and street names that fall within meshblocks. You can use the streets file to geocode addresses to meshblocks, in order to analyse businesses or trends in any of the annual Geographic area files. Download the streets file (2.33MB)
Statistics New Zealand uses a defined system of boundaries for analysis of data it collects.
Electorate Boundaries - explore the 2008 and 2011 boundaries for General and Maori electorates