Major NZ Industries

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Major NZ Industries

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Different regions and climates in New Zealand result in certain types of industry employment being more prevalent in specified regions. Before you focus your entire energy and skills in finding employment in one city check out below for areas of the country which may be able to offer you better employment opportunities.

Northland is considered as the ‘sub tropical’ part of New Zealand and is an unspoiled region boasting an abundance of sunshine, golden sandy beaches and bush clad forestry. Major NZ industries in this region include:

  • dairy farming
  • fruit growing
  • tourism
  • forestry
  • fishing
  • boat-building
  • ceramic clay & cement mining

Auckland is New Zealand’s largest and most accessible city – situated in the North Island. This thriving cosmopolitan city has a population of over one million people and is home to the country’s main international airport. Major NZ industries in this region include:

  • education
  • manufacturing (40% of New Zealand’s manufacturing)
  • distribution (around 45% of NZ’s wholesalers are based in Auckland)
  • service industries

The Waikato and Bay of Plenty area offers many exciting activities and attractions within the central North Island region. Major NZ industries in this region include:

  • dairy farming industries
  • forestry and timber processing
  • pulp and paper production
  • tourism
  • fishing
  • horse breeding
  • horticulture and floriculture
  • food processing
  • mining
  • scientific and industrial research & development

Hawkes Bay and Gisborne can be found in the North Islands East Coast and offers a relaxed and peaceful lifestyle for residents and visitors alike. Major NZ industries in this region include:

  • pastoral farming
  • horticulture and viticulture
  • fishing
  • food processing
  • tourism
  • forestry and wood processing
  • light industrial manufacturing

Manawatu, Wanganui and Taranaki are popular North Island areas. Major NZ industries in this region include:

  • pastoral & dairy farming
  • education
  • scientific and industrial research
  • vocational development and training
  • oil, gas and petrochemical production
  • processing & engineering
  • forestry

Wellington is New Zealand’s spectacular Capital City and is home to a diversifying array of cultural activities and scenic attractions. Major NZ industries in this region include:

  • finance
  • government
  • education
  • scientific & industrial research
  • tourism
  • film & television
  • information technology and telecommunications
  • secondary processing

Nelson, Marlborough and the West Coast make up ‘the top half’ of the South Island. Major NZ industries in this region include:

  • tourism
  • viticulture
  • horticulture
  • pastoral farming
  • food processing
  • fishing & seafood processing
  • forestry & wood processing
  • mining

The Canterbury region is home to the South Island’s largest city, Christchurch, which is also the third largest city in New Zealand. Major NZ industries in this region include:

  • pastoral & dairy farming
  • horticulture
  • viticulture
  • tourism
  • education
  • research & development
  • manufacturing
  • electronics, telecommunications & software development
  • biotechnology
  • food processing

Otago and Southland are fertile regions of green farmland and forest offering a rugged beauty to the lower South Island. Major NZ industries in this region include:

  • pastoral & dairy farming
  • fishing & seafood processing
  • forestry & wood processing
  • tourism
  • education
  • engineering & manufacturing

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