There are eight main categories of protected area in New Zealand, including national parks, various types of reserves, and land conserved for specific purposes. At 30 September 2015 there were over 10,000 protected areas, covering more than 8.6 million hectares – about 32% of New Zealand.
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Source: Department of Conservation
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