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Ross Dependency      
"The Ross" is New Zealand's stake in Antarctica, and is almost twice the size of New Zealand itself.
Area: 414,000 km²
Population No permanent settlement (but usually is about 260)
Main Settlement: Scott Base



Stewart Island      
Stewart Island, the third island that makes up mainland New Zealand is located just south of Invercargill.
Area: 1,746 km²
Population 600
Highest point: Mt Anglem
Main Settlement(s): Oban a.k.a. Halfmoon Bay


Great Barrier Island      
Located in the Hauraki Gulf, east of Auckland, Great Barrier is the forth largest "mainland" island in New Zealand.
Area: 285 km²
Population N/A
Highest point: N/A


Kapiti Island     
Located off the Kapiti Coast, north of Wellington.
Area: 2200 ha
Population N/A
Highest point: N/A

Waiheke Island     
Located just east of Auckland in the Hauraki Gulf, Waiheke Island is a popular destination for harbour cruises.
Area: 2200 ha
Population N/A
Highest point: N/A

Campbell Island      
The outermost of New Zealand's islands, Campbell Island is located 600 km south-east of Stewart Island.
Area: 114 km²
Population N/A
Highest point: N/A

Auckland Islands      
Located 320 km south of Stewart Island, the Auckland Islands were named after the same Lord as the city and province.
Area: 575 km²
Population N/A
Highest point: N/A



Chatham Islands      
Comprising of two main islands, Chatham Island and the smaller, Pitt Island in the south-east, the Chathams lie 850 km east of Christchurch.
Area: n/a
Population 800
Highest point: N/A
Main Settlement: Waitangi



Niue      
A small island in the South Pacific, Niue has been in NZ dependence since early last century.
Area: 258 km²
Population N/A
Highest point: N/A
Main Settlement: Alofi

Cook Islands      
Although the 15 islands are small in size, they are spread out over some 2 million km². Map shows main island, Rarotonga.
Area: 241 km²
Population N/A
Highest point: N/A

Tokelau      
Tokelau is a NZ controlled country, comprising of three atolls in the South Pacific Ocean.
Area: 13 km²
Population 1500
Highest point: N/A

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