The three major goldfields of New Zealand, at Otago, the West Coast and Coromandel Peninsula, have produced about the same amount of gold. Up to 2003 each had produced around 260,000–270,000 kilograms and still had mines in operation.
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Source: Annual production reports, Mines Department (later Ministry of Energy, then Crown Minerals, Ministry of Economic Development)