Are you moving to New Zealand?
New Zealand is one of the world’s best places to live and retire, the best place to raise your family. It has a very pleasant climate, great beaches, a wide variety of outdoor activities, cultural attractions, free health care
(for the most part), a good educational system, economic freedom, a lack of corruption and attractive, modern cities.
Known for the stunning landscapes featured in Peter Jackson’s “Lord of the Rings”.
New Zealand is comprised of two big islands called North Island and South Island, plus numerous smaller islands.
It is located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean and is very geographically isolated.
Its nearest neighbors are Australia, which is 1242 miles to the northwest, and New Caledonia, Fiji, and Tonga to the north.
The population of New Zealand is 4,334,000, the majority of whom are of European descent.
The largest minority are the native Maori. There are also a significant number of non-Maori Polynesians and Asians – especially in urban areas.
If you’re thinking of moving to New Zealand, you’ll need to decide where you’re going to live.
Learn more about the best places to live in New Zealand here, and decide where in the country you should settle.
Here’re the 10 best places to live in New Zealand.
7. Queenstown Lake District.
1. Wellington, the capital of New Zealand.
If you are moving to live in New Zealand and you’re really not sure where you want to settle,
Auckland can be a great place to begin, you can rent accommodation easily within the city and it has fantastic transport links for the rest of the nation.
But be sure to use these transport links, explore the North and South Islands and find the location
that best suits you before you buy a home or even commit to living in New Zealand full time.
Whilst the nation is not vast or overpopulated, it does encompass such an impressive array of geographically
different regions that it would be a crime not to explore far more of the country than its leading city before you settle on a place in New Zealand to call home.