North Island New Zealand is where New Zealand's main population lives. New Zealand's largest city, and main international gateway of Auckland is located here; as well as New Zealand's capital city of Wellington. In the 2006 census the North Island of New Zealand had a population of 3,059,420 or about 75% of New Zealand's total population.
If you are looking for spectacular scenery, some amazing places to visit, with a wide range of attractions, activites and South Island adventure. Dominating the South Island of New Zealand are the Southern Alps, which run the full length of the island. Queenstown is the adventure capital of New Zealand, and a great location to explore Milford Sound and Fiordland National Park. In the south is Dunedin with its Scottish heritage, and diverse wildlife. To the north are sunny Nelson and Marlborough, famous for their wines and food.