Tag Archives: New Zealand

According to shoppingpicks, in the month of January, New Zealand experiences cool and wet weather. The average temperature is around 15°C and there is moderate amount of rainfall throughout the month. February brings an increase in temperatures to around 16°C but rainfall continues to be frequent. March sees a further increase in temperatures to around 19°C and rainfall gradually decreases throughout most parts of the country. April brings warmer weather with average temperatures ranging from 21-23°C, although rain showers may still occur in some areas. May is the warmest month in New Zealand with average temperatures ranging from 24-26°C and some showers possible throughout much of the country. June brings a slight decrease in temperature with average temperatures ranging from 22-24°C but rain remains possible throughout much of New Zealand. New Zealand, which consists of the North Island, South Island and a number of smaller islands, has a temperate maritime climate. The climate can be compared to the climate in Western Europe: in the summer about 20 degrees, in the winter between 5 and 10 ° C. Rain falls all year round. The extreme north has features of a subtropical climate. The temperature there is a few degrees higher. In the winter, June to September, it rains a lot more than in the other seasons. Check aristmarketing for New Zealand in 1997.

New Zealand Geography and Population

New Zealand – geography New Zealand is a mountainous country with an extremely rich and varied nature. The South Island is dominated by one longitudinal mountain range, Southern Alps, with Mount Cook (3765 m), the country’s highest mountain. Large areas are uninhabited and rather untouched natural landscapes, but many plains at different heights are used… Read More »

Landmarks of New Zealand

New Zealand is named after the Dutch province of Zeeland. The country is called Aotearoa in Maori. The country was discovered at the end of 1642 by the Dutch explorer Abel Tasman, who then thought he was dealing with the south of South America. New Zealand is one of the most isolated countries in the… Read More »

New Zealand Economy

Banking system (major banks and insurance companies) The banking system is controlled by the central bank (The Reserve Bank of NZ). The banking system is legally regulated by The Reserve Bank of New Zealand Act 1989 and The Banking Act 1982 and some other laws. After the deregulation of the banking system, New Zealand has… Read More »

New Zealand Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in New Zealand Russian citizens wishing to visit New Zealand require a visa. To obtain it, you must submit to the embassy (or consular department) the following documents: – Passport, which expires no earlier than 3 months after the date of application. – a completed application form in English with… Read More »

New Zealand Resorts and Attractions

New Zealand (Long white cloud) is a state in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. The islands were discovered in 1642. The main territory of the country is made up of two islands, South and North. According to smb, the capital is Wellington. Dutch cartographers named the islands Nova Zeelandia after one of the provinces of the… Read More »

Economy and Education of New Zealand

Economy of New Zealand New Zealand is one of the most economically developed countries. GDP per capita approx. 20 thousand US dollars (according to the purchasing power parity of the currency, 2002). GDP growth rates are low (1-3% per year), but quite stable. Most of the population is employed in the service sector: 27% –… Read More »

New Zealand State Overview

New Zealand is a country in Oceania that is located in the southwest Pacific Ocean, southeast of Australia. It is made up of two large islands, the North Island and the South Island, along with other smaller islands, among them Stewart Island and the Chatham Islands. This island nation is bordered to the north and east by the South Pacific, to the west by… Read More »

Working and Living in New Zealand

Labor market Some of the vacancies are filled through recruitment agencies, employment agencies, personnel consultants – list of certified, approved consultants. Vacancies are advertised in daily newspapers, specialist magazines and on the Internet. According to countryvv, the construction industry is currently booming, which is why there is an increasing need for skilled workers. Labor shortages… Read More »

Ultimate Road Trip – Australia & New Zealand

Combining the best of Australia & New Zealand with a focus on freedom and nature. An ultimate road trip where you have time to see Australia’s east coast and both the North & South Island of New Zealand. Australia is a country located in Oceania according to countryvv. Are you looking for mountains, long white sandy beaches,… Read More »

New Zealand Travel Advice

General travel information for New Zealand Continent / continent: Australia / Oceania Geographic location: southeast of Australia in the Pacific Highest elevation: Mount Cook, (3724 m above sea level) Longest river: Waikato River (425 km) Form of government: parliamentary monarchy System of Government: parliamentary democracy Languages: English, Māori Neighboring Countries: Island nation, the closest neighboring… Read More »

New Zealand Attractions

New Zealand is a fantastic country that offers lots of different and special experiences. New Zealand is divided into two islands: the North Island and the South Island. On the two islands there are a lot of areas and cities, all of which offer something different and the cities are almost sights in themselves. New… Read More »