NZ.Stat allows you to:
NZ.Stat is powered by software provided by the OECD, which is also used by other statistical agencies around the world.
Phone 0508525525 Mon-Fri for Information Desk support.
NZ universities' research staff and student need access to specialised statistical products:
Data packages have supplementary variables to publicly available data:
Census of Population and Dwellings
Household Economic Survey
Household Labour Force Survey
International Travel and Migration
New Zealand Income Survey
Student debt, income and repayments data package
Time Use Survey 2009/10 – supplementary tables
Vital Statistics: Births and Deaths
MICRODATA COSTS REDUCED since 1 July 2014 - CURFs are free!
SURFs - synthetic unit-record files (SURF) containing a number of records and variables, based on Statistics New Zealand surveys. These mimic the statistical properties of real microdata.
Customised data - A set allocation of pre-paid hours for customised data may be available to you for specific university research purposes. This applies to all datasets produced by Statistics NZ for which customised tables can be prepared.
Please submit your request for customised data to Thelma.Fisher@otago.ac.nz, your university's Statistics Contact Officer, or call the Statistics NZ Information Desk on 0508 525 525 to discuss your needs.
The Classification Coding System (CCS) provides:
Aria is the new online, concept and classification management tool. Find and download concepts, classifications, concordances, and standards, or download this 27.9MB tool, which was developed by Statistics NZ.
Statistics NZ’s Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) is a linked longitudinal research dataset about people and households, from government agencies, Statistics NZ surveys, and non-governmental organisations. The IDI allows for policy evaluation and research analysis, and the production of statistical outputs on the transitions and outcomes of people.
IDI currently sources data from:
Contact email@example.com for further information on data location, security, privacy and confidentiality. Since 1 July 2014 data access costs have been reduced and new remote access locations set up.
Access our microdata - in the Data Lab ore rmotely - outlines the application process and costs for microdata access.
Infoshare provides free online access to a wide range of time series data from Statistics New Zealand.
Access, view, and download the most up-to-date official NZ statistics such as:
Boost your small business with Data for business:
Use the Market Mapper to:
Use the Industry Profiler to:
Use the Industry Benchmarks link to Inland Revenue’s website to:
Geographic Boundary Viewer show facts about geographic areas in New Zealand, including the number of people and households. This free web-based tool shows the boundaries used for the 2006, or 2013 Census, including the regions, towns or cities, area units, and meshblocks.
Search by street address or area.
Whether you are a home owner, lawyer, surveyor, or interested in land data sources, also visit Land Information NZ (LINZ).