မိူင်းၼိဝ်းၸီႇလႅၼ်ႇ
Aotearoa (Māori)
ၼိဝ်းၸီႇလႅၼ်ႇ
ၼိဝ်းၸီႇလႅၼ်ႇ
ၸွမ်ပိဝ် မိၵ်ႈမၢႆ
Location of New Zealand, including outlying islands, its territorial claim in the Antarctic, and Tokelau
Location of New Zealand, including outlying islands, its territorial claim in the Antarctic, and Tokelau
ဝဵင်းငဝ်ႈၸိုင်ႈ Wellington
ဝဵင်းယႂ်ႇသေပိူၼ်ႈ Auckland
ၽႃႇသႃႇၵႂၢမ်း ၸႂ်ႉၼႂ်းလုမ်း 
ၸၢဝ်းၶိူဝ်း (2018)
Demonym New Zealander
Kiwi (informal)
မဵဝ်းမိူင်း ပႃႇလီႇမၢၼ်ႇတီႇမူဝ်ႇၶရေႇၸီႇ လႄႈ ပိူင်ၶုၼ်ႁေႃၶမ်း
လူင်ပွင်ၸိုင်ႈ
• ၼၢင်းႁေႃၶမ်း
Elizabeth II
• Governor-General
Patsy Reddy
• ၸွမ်ၽွင်းလူင်
Jacinda Ardern
လွတ်ႈလႅဝ်းသဝ်းၶေႃ ၵႃႈတီႈ ယူႇၼၢႆႉတႅတ်ႉ ၶိင်းတမ်း
1856မေႇ 7
1907သႅပ်ႇထႅမ်ႇပႃႇ 26

1947ၼူဝ်ႇဝႅမ်ႇပႃႇ 25
ဢေႇရိယႃႇ ဢၼ်
• ႁူမ်ႈ
268,680 km² (103,738 sq mi) (ၸၼ်ႉ: 75)
• ၼမ်ႉ (%)
2.1[n 4]
ႁူဝ်ၼပ်ႉၵူၼ်း
• လၢမ်း
4,268,000 (2008) (ၸၼ်ႉ - 122)
• လွင်ႈသတ်ႉႁူဝ်ၼပ်ႉၵူၼ်း
15/km² (39/sq mi) (ၸၼ်ႉ- 204)
GDP (PPP) လၢမ်း 2018 
• ႁူမ်ႈ
$199 billion[5]
• Per capita
$40,266[5]
GDP (nominal) လၢမ်း2018 
• ႁူမ်ႈ
$206 billion[5]
• Per capita
$41,616[5]
Gini (2019) Negative increase 33.9[6]
ၵၢင်
HDI (2018) 0.921[7]
သုင်ႁႅင်း · 14th
ငိုၼ်းတွင်း New Zealand dollar ($) (NZD)
ၶၢဝ်းယၢမ်းၼႃႈလိၼ် NZST[n 5] (UTC+12)
• ၶၢဝ်းမႆႈ (DST)
NZDT[n 6] (UTC+13)
ပိူင်ဝၼ်းတီႈ dd/mm/yyyy
yyyy-mm-dd[9]
ပိူင်သၢႆလူတ်ႉ မိုဝ်းသၢႆႉ
ၶူတ်ႉတႄႇလီႇၾူင်း +64
ၶူတ်ႉISO 3166 NZ
Internet TLD .nz

ၽိုၼ်ဢိင်မႄးထတ်း

  1. "God Save the Queen" is officially a national anthem but is generally used only on regal and viceregal occasions.[1]
  2. English is a de facto official language due to its widespread use.[2]
  3. Ethnicity figures add to more than 100% as people could choose more than one ethnic group.
  4. The proportion of New Zealand's area (excluding estuaries) covered by rivers, lakes and ponds, based on figures from the New Zealand Land Cover Database,[4] is (357526 + 81936) / (26821559 – 92499–26033 – 19216) = 1.6%. If estuarine open water, mangroves, and herbaceous saline vegetation are included, the figure is 2.2%.
  5. The Chatham Islands have a separate time zone, 45 minutes ahead of the rest of New Zealand.
  6. Clocks are advanced by an hour from the last Sunday in September until the first Sunday in April.[8] Daylight saving time is also observed in the Chatham Islands, 45 minutes ahead of NZDT.
  1. Protocol for using New Zealand's National Anthems. Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Retrieved on 17 February 2008
  2. New Zealand Government (21 December 2007). International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights Fifth Periodic Report of the Government of New Zealand. p. 89. Archived from the original on 24 January 2015. Retrieved 18 November 2015. In addition to the Māori language, New Zealand Sign Language is also an official language of New Zealand. The New Zealand Sign Language Act 2006 permits the use of NZSL in legal proceedings, facilitates competency standards for its interpretation and guides government departments in its promotion and use. English, the medium for teaching and learning in most schools, is a de facto official language by virtue of its widespread use. For these reasons, these three languages have special mention in the New Zealand Curriculum. 
  3. 2018 Census totals by topic – national highlights (Spreadsheet) (in en-NZ). Statistics New Zealand (23 September 2019). Retrieved on 26 February 2020
  4. The New Zealand Land Cover Database. New Zealand Land Cover Database 2. Ministry for the Environment (1 July 2009). Retrieved on 26 April 2011
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 New Zealand. International Monetary Fund. Retrieved on 9 October 2018
  6. Household income and housing-cost statistics: Year ended June 2019 (Spreadsheet). Statistics New Zealand. Retrieved on 24 February 2020
  7. Human Development Report 2019. United Nations Development Programme (2019). Retrieved on 9 December 2019
  8. New Zealand Daylight Time Order 2007 (SR 2007/185) (in en-NZ). New Zealand Parliamentary Counsel Office (6 July 2007). Retrieved on 6 March 2017
  9. There is no official all-numeric date format for New Zealand, but government recommendations generally follow Australian date and time notation. See "The Govt.nz style guide", New Zealand Government, 9 December 2016, retrieved 7 March 2019 .