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caly420's avatar

What continent is New Zealand a part of?

Asked by caly420 (546points) April 1st, 2008


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klaas4's avatar

Australia, I thought.

Can be easily found, eh?
Next time: search. ;-)

caly420's avatar

i did look it up but i kept finding contradicting answers-part of austrailia, does not lie on a continental shelf at all, etc

Tennis5tar's avatar

I always thought t was Australasia : Not a continent, but an area of ocean… good enough. :)

samkusnetz's avatar

the continent that includes both Australia and New Zealand is or used to be called Oceana.

joeysefika's avatar

Its called Australasia and contains just Australia and New Zealand.

tupara's avatar

Oceania aka Australasia (calling it Australia will offend any NZers) and it also includes Pacific Islands and Papua New Guinea.

ilvorangeiceblocks's avatar

Australasia or Oceania. contains nz, australia, and the islands.

Fernspider's avatar

NOT part of Australia.

msbcd's avatar

New Zealand is not part of a continent, more so an area called ‘Oceania’

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