Australia is the largest country which is closest to New Zealand. New Zealand lies between the continent of Antarctica and the continent - country (country - continent) of Australia.
New Zealand is not a part of any continent. It lies closest to the continent of Australia, and is part of the region of Oceania.
Australia is the closest, followed by Antarctica.
The countries closest to the Australian continent are Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste, Indonesia, New Zealand and the Solomon Islands.
The closest countries to Antarctica are Australia, South Africa, New Zealand with Argentina and Chile being the closest.
The continent south of New Zealand is Antarctica
New Zealand belongs to the Oceania continent.
New Zealand is in the southern hemisphere. It is not actually part of any continent, but it is in the region (not continent) of New Zealand.
If you are asking which is the closest continent to the Geographical South Pole then it is Antarctica.If you are asking which is the closest continent to what is wrongly called the South Pole as a region then it is South America.The continent that is closest to the South Pole is..... AntarcticaAntarctica, where the South Pole exists, then South America, Australia and New Zealand.
The closest countries to New Zealand are Australia, Fiji and New Caledonia.
The continent east of New Zealand is South America
The islands of New Zealand are about 2500km from the continent of Australia.
New Zealand is part of the continent called Australia.
Antarctica (At the SOUTH Pole) is the continent south of New Zealand.
No. The part of Australia which is closest to New Zealand is the island state of Tasmania, so the closest Australian city to New Zealand would be Hobart.
No. Australia is the continent of Australia, and no other country. New Zealand is not part of the Australian continent.
New Zealand is not in a continent: it is an island country. Australia is a nation and a continent, but the continent of Australia does not incorporate New Zealand. New Zealand is part of the mostly submerged continent Zealandia, which is not commonly recognised as one of the continents of the world, precisely because it is submerged. The continent of Australia is a recognised continent. The region including Australia and New Zealand is sometimes referred to as "Oceania", but Oceania is geographically and politically not a continent.
Invercargill is the closest New Zealand city to the South Pole.
The closest country to New Zealand is Australia, represented by its offshore territory of Norfolk Island, which lies between the Australian mainland and New Zealand. The next closest is New Caledonia, then Fiji.
Australia is the continent west of New Zealand. yeah but the idol is amarica and canada
Australia is a continent located in between New Zealand and Indonesia
No New Zealand is not part of the Australian continent. New Zealand is geographically and physically distant from Australia and is not on a continent. In geographic terms it is an isolated nation and island group.
The closest land mass to New Zealand is Australia.
New Zealand is part of Oceania (or Australia New Zealand & Oceania)
New Zealand is a group of islands lying on the submerged continent of Zealandia. This submerged continent is about the size of the Indian sub-continent.