The New Zealand dollar is the currency of New Zealand. Our records show the New Zealand dollar is the 13th most traded currency with us. The banknotes are printed on polymer (plastic) material. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) is responsible for issuing the New Zealand banknotes.
The New Zealand dollar is one of the top traded currencies in the world. In addition to New Zealand, it circulates in the Tokelau, Pitcairn Islands, Niue, and Cook Islands and is often informally referred to as ‘the kiwi’. Originally New Zealand exchanged the pound, but switched to the dollar in 1967.
Did You Know?
These items cost the USD equivalent in the city of Auckland, New Zealand*:
10 Mile Cab Ride: $44.69 USD
Budget Dinner for 2: $23.22 USD
Pint of Beer: $6.14 USD
*Figures are based on 2018 data. Information is subject to change as exchange rates and cost of goods fluctuate.
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