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New Zealand consists of two main islands, North Island and South Island, and there are some significant differences between the two.
There is also a considerable difference in the population of each island, with the North being home to over three times as many people as the South.
Check out this fun infographic for more comparisons between New Zealand’s two island rivals.
As the North Island is closer to the equator it is generally a bit warmer than the South Island.
Due to the contrasting climates the North Island is generally the most popular for hanging out on the beach, while the South Island is the clear winner when it comes to winter sports such as skiing and snowboarding.
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