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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New Zealand is an island nation that is not part of any continent. The main islands include the north island, the south island, and Stewart Island. The nearest continent is Australia
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Your answer is Oceania. Src:
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It's not a part of a continent no matter what anyone tells you, it's an island. Oceania and Australasia are geographic groupings, but that still doesn't make an island a part of a
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New Zealand is not a continent. It is a country located in the Tasman Sea and was the last discovered land mass on earth. Discovered around 1100 years ago, it is the world's youngest
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