Your electorate is the voting area you live in. Every place in New Zealand is covered by both a general electorate and a Māori electorate. The voters in each electorate choose a member of Parliament to represent them.
The boundaries and names of some electorates have changed since the 2017 General Election following a boundary review by the Representation Commission. The main areas of change are the Auckland region, Waikato, Canterbury, Otago and Southland. There is one new electorate in South Auckland called Takanini.
Please note that the electorate map does not include details of voting places.
Currently there are 72 electorates, including 65 general electorates and 7 Māori electorates.