Why is the Queen of New Zealand money?
The sovereign only draws from New Zealand funds for support in the performance of her duties when in New Zealand or acting as Queen of New Zealand abroad; New Zealanders do not pay any money to the Queen or any other member of the royal family, either towards personal income or to support royal residences outside of …
How long can Australian citizens stay in New Zealand?
A New Zealand or Australian citizen or resident, A UK citizen and/or passport holder (you can stay up to six months), or. A citizen of a country which has a visa waiver agreement(opens in new window) with New Zealand (you can stay up to three months).
Does New Zealand have their own currency?
The New Zealand currency is known as the New Zealand dollar. The currency circulates in New Zealand, Tokelau, Pitcairn Islands, Niue, and the Cook Islands. Bill denominations include: $5, $10, $20, and $50, while coins include 10c , 20c, 50c.
What is the NZD to EUR exchange rate?
In 2017 the NZD to EUR exchange rate fluctuated between 1 NZD to 0.57411 and 1 NZD to 0.68278. 1 As of 6th November 2018 the NZD was converting to 0.58349 EUR. 1 Learn more about the EUR before you travel to Europe and create a currency rate alert so we can notify you when it hits the rate you want.
How much does 1 NZD buy 1 US dollar?
Beginning of January 2014, 1 NZD was buying around 0.81 USD; one year later on 18th January 2015, the US dollar began to strengthen with 1New Zealand dollar buying approximately 0.77 USD. 1 By 24th September 2015, the exchange rate had improved even further for the USD, with 1 NZD only getting you around 0.62 US cents.
What is the New Zealand dollar to Chinese yuan renminbi exchange rate?
In 2018 to date the New Zealand dollar to Chinese yuan renminbi exchange rate has fluctuated between 1 NZD to 4.37787 CNY and 1 NZD to 4.73400 CNY. 1 Learn more about the CNY before you travel to China and create a currency rate alert so we can notify you when it hits the rate you want.
How much is a New Zealand dollar worth in JPY?
That figure continued to improve as the yen strengthened further and hits its strongest on 26th June 2016 with 1 New Zealand dollar getting you around 71.40 JPY. 1 Fluctuating slightly by 14th December 2016, 1 NZD was equal to around 82.96 JPY.