16 Reasons That New Zealand Is Actually Far Superior To Australia

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16 Reasons That New Zealand Is Actually Far Superior To Australia

Australia, it’s time to stop thinking you’re better than everyone else.

1. The weather.


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2. Being able to buy booze at the supermarket.

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The sheer convenience of this should make all Aussies want to move there ASAP.

3. A 12-pack of beer costs $20.

Making a New World in Australia You’re lucky to get six for that much money.



4. The main city of New Zealand is pretty cool.

This city is one of the coolest in the whole world. It’s surprising how small it is for the capital of New Zealand—just over 200,000 people live there. However, it’s MANY TIMES BETTER THAN Canberra. It’s actually pretty cool; it’s like a little Melbs.

5. The sweets.

There are deserts in both Australia and New Zealand. This country makes some of the best sweets in the world, like Pavlova, hokey pokey ice cream, lolly cake, chocolate fish, Jelly Tips, and cream doughnuts.

6. The coins.

Five-cent coins were taken away from New Zealand more than ten years ago because people got tired of how heavy they were. The least amount now is 10 cents. The NZ $1 coin is also smaller than the $2 coin, which makes sense.

7. The wildlife.


They don’t have any snakes. Not at all, like. The katipō is their only poisonous spider, and it doesn’t happen very often. That way you don’t have to worry about redbacks and snake bites when you go camping.


8. How different the scenery is.

If you drive around Australia, you can see the same thing out your window for hours. New Zealand, on the other hand, has a very varied environment. They can drive for two hours and be in volcanoes, mountains, lakes, rivers, beaches, fiords, glaciers, farms, and forests.

9. Road Trips.

When we talk about driving, New Zealand is a much better place for road trips because it doesn’t take days to get from one end of the country to the other. Also, there are many rest stops along the way, so it’s not all red dirt and rough terrain.

10. The football team.

The All Blacks will always be better than the Wallabies. I’m sorry.


11. What most people think about human rights.

It was New Zealand that gave women the right to vote for the first time in the world in 1893. In 2013, same-sex marriage became legal.


12. Also, New Zealand is not as prejudiced as some other countries.

Compared to Australia, at least.


13. The extreme way of living.

NZ has a lot of things that will make you poop, but in a good way. From skydiving and bungy jumping to rafting and everything in between, there are lots of ways to pee. In fact, it was a Kiwi who thought of making bungy jumping a business.


14. The general separation (in a good way).

Everyone in the world, especially people in the US, wants to run away to New Zealand to live out the end of the world. We know that not everyone will be able to fit and that it’s just a dream, but we’ll take that as a badge of pride.

15. How many things there are to do and how simple it is to get to all of them.

If you live in New Zealand and want to get away with friends for the weekend, you can either drive there or take a two-hour trip. If you want to go from Sydney to Broome, on the other hand, it will take you twelve hours. Not interested.

16. Last but not least, there are a lot fewer Australians living in New Zealand.

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