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Territorial Authorities of New Zealand

Territorial Authorities in New Zealand are, sorted by their encompassing regions, are as follows. Note that each territorial authority is a separate legal entity from the encompassing regional council, except for unitary authorities, which are territorial authorities also carrying the functions of a regional council. Also note that some territorial authorities have more than one encompassing region, for example, Franklin District Council is encompassed by both the Auckland and Waikato regional councils. Trading names are as indicated. Chatham Islands Council has no encompassing region.

See also: List of cities in New Zealand

  • Northland Regional Council
  • Auckland Regional Council
    • Rodney District Council
    • Auckland City Council
    • North Shore City Council
    • Waitakere City Council
    • Manukau City Council
    • Papakura District Council
    • Franklin District Council
  • Waikato Regional Council (Environment Waikato)
    • Thames-Coromandel District Council
    • Franklin District Council
    • Hauraki District Council
    • Waikato District Council
    • Matamata-Piako District Council
    • Hamilton City Council
    • Waipa District Council
    • South Waikato District Council
    • Otorohanga District Council
    • Rotorua District Council
    • Waitomo District Council
    • Taupo District Council
  • Bay of Plenty Regional Council (Environment BOP)
    • Western Bay of Plenty District Council
    • Tauranga District Council
    • Opotiki District Council
    • Whakatane District Council
    • Rotorua District Council
    • Kawerau District Council
    • Taupo District Council
  • Gisborne District Council[?] (unitary authority)
  • Hawke's Bay Regional Council
  • Taranaki Regional Council
    • New Plymouth District Council
    • Stratford District Council
    • South Taranaki District Council
  • Manawatu-Wanganui Regional Council (horizons.mw)
    • Ruapehu District Council
    • Stratford District Council
    • Rangitikei District Council
    • Wanganui District Council
    • Manawatu District Council
    • Palmerston North City Council
    • Tararua District Council
    • Horowhenua District Council
  • Wellington Regional Council (Greater Wellington Regional Council)
  • Tasman District Council (unitary authority)
  • Nelson City Council (unitary authority)
  • Marlborough District Council (unitary authority)
  • West Coast Regional Council
    • Buller District Council
    • Grey District Council
    • Westland District Council
  • Canterbury Regional Council (Environment Canterbury)
    • Kaikoura District Council
    • Hurunui District Council
    • Selwyn District Council
    • Waimakariri District Council
    • Christchurch City Council
    • Banks Peninsula District Council
    • Ashburton District Council
    • MacKenzie District Council
    • Timaru District Council
    • Waitaki District Council
    • Waimate District Council
  • Otago Regional Council
    • Queenstown District Council
    • Central Otago District Council
    • Waitaki District Council
    • Dunedin City Council
    • Clutha District Council
  • Southland Regional Council (Environment Southland)
  • Chatham Islands Council (district) [*]

[*] With the exception of Hutt City Council and Chatham Islands Council, all territorial authorities are directly named after the area they cover. Hutt City Council covers Lower Hutt City (Lower Hutt City (Name of City Council) Act 1991). The Chatham Islands Council covers a district known as Chatham Islands Territory, and has no encompassing region (Chatham Islands Council Act 1995).



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