What Continent Is New Zealand a Part of?

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New Zealand is not grouped with any continent. It is grouped with other islands of the South Pacific into a group called Oceania. Oceania does sometimes include the continent Australia by some people.
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Since New Zealand is an island, it is not part of any continent. It is, however, considered to be part of Australia and Oceania region of the world. Look here for more information:
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Many people beleive New Zealand is part of Australlia. But New Zealand is not on the same continental shelf and so is not part of the continent of Australia Instead it is part of
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New Zealand belongs to the continent of Australia. Thanks for using ChaCha
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The continent Oceania consists of Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, and most the islands in the Pacific Ocean. It is not as well known as it isn't a single landmass.
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