Geological Map of New Zealand
Interactive web map
This interactive geological map of New Zealand shows the surface distribution of geological units at scales of 1:250K and 1:1M.
They represent the most current mapping of the geology and faults of New Zealand at a scale of 1:250k and 1:1M.
Layers at the scale of 1:250k include: Structural measurements, resources, folds, dikes, horizons, faults, geological boundaries, geological units, textural boundaries, textural zones, metamorphic boundaries, simple metamorphic zones, and metamorphic zones.
Layers at the scale of 1:1M include: faults, geological boundaries, and geological units (as well as miscellaneous boundaries and polygons).
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- Rēkohu / Chatham Islands
- Te Matau-a-Māui / Hawke's Bay
- Whakatū / Nelson
- Ōtākou / Otago
- Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland
- Rakiura / Stewart Island
- Te Tai Rāwhiti / Gisborne
- Central Plateau
- Te Tai-o-Aorere / Tasman
- Te Tai Poutini / West Coast
- Ōtautahi / Christchurch
- Te Tai Tokerau / Northland
- Murihiku / Southland
- Te Moana-a-Toi / Bay of Plenty
- Rangitāhua / Kermadec Islands
- Te Whanga-nui-a-Tara / Wellington
- Te Tauihu-o-te-waka/ Marlborough
- Waitaha / Canterbury
- Aotearoa / New Zealand
- Ōtepoti / Dunedin