We’ll keep updating this page as we find additional datasets to add, so keep checking back for updates! If you have some government data you want included in this list, email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know the link.
Note: This is a government data competition, therefore if you use data from a non-government source, it must be mashed with at least one government dataset to be eligible for prizes.
NZ Data – Government
Data.govt.nz – contains over 3,400 datasets from various Government departments, including LINZ, National Library, ACC, Police, various District Councils. There were 247 datasets marked as either updated or newly added between 1st June 2015 & 14th June 2015.
Statistics New Zealand
Wanganui District Council – full datasets
Wanganui District Council GIS data
Wanganui District Council – Cemetery search
Wanganui District Council – Property/Rating search
Wanganui District Council – Food Grading search
Education Counts Data Collections – Ministry of Education (MOE)
Education Counts – Statistics
Inland Revenue (IRD) Tax Statistics
Land Information New Zealand (LINZ)
Statistics NZ – DataHub table viewer
Statistic NZ – Browse for statistics
Ministry of Social Development (MSD) Statistics Page
Ministry of Social Development (MSD) Benefits data tables
Ministry of Social Development (MSD) Social housing register
New Zealand Police Crime statistics
Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Conviction data
Ministry of Health (MoH) Health statistics and data sets
Wellington City Council (WCC) GIS data
Land Air Water Aotearoa (LAWA) Natural resources data
New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) Secondary School Stats
Ministry of Transport, transport data
Department of Conservation (DoC) facilities
Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) Government A-Z directory and Consultation Listing
Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) New Zealand Gazette (via DigitalNZ API)
Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) – National Library of New Zealand DigitalNZ API
Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) – National Library of New Zealand Papers Past (via DigitalNZ API)
Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) – National Library of New Zealand Turnbull unpublished collections (via DigitalNZ API)
Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) – National Library of New Zealand WWI related data (via DigitalNZ API)
Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) – National Library of New Zealand Publications New Zealand
Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) – National Library of New Zealand Index New Zealand
Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) – National Library of New Zealand Free downloads
New Zealand Walking Access Commission – Public Access Areas – https://data.govt.nz/dataset/show/3630
New Zealand Walking Access Commission – REST END POINT – http://wams.org.nz/arcgis/rest/services/WEBSERVICE/WEBSERVICE_Public_Access_Areas/MapServer
Unfortunately, our servers do not have the capacity to support wfs downloads.
New Zealand Walking Access Commission – Generic Information – http://walkingaccess.govt.nz/walking-access-mapping/gis-data/
Api that has been created to expose the census data – https://anypoint.mulesoft.com/apiplatform/samuellui/#/portals/organizations/7372ce93-ae11-48d5-bcaf-a98a07f1bb5e/apis/25664/versions/27252
NZ Flags Data – https://www.govt.nz/browse/engaging-with-government/the-nz-flag-your-chance-to-decide/gallery/ (data is open, but you’ll need to scrape it)
NZ Data – Other
Open New Zealand – New Zealand API
Better APIs for Business
Mazpen Pelias Geocoder
Wiki New Zealand
Open Data Catalogue – The Open Data Catalogue is an attempt to classify where information resides, who ‘owns’ it, what license it is distributed under and if it is free or not.
SDKS.IO – APIMATIC – An NZ based company focused on engaging developers with APIs. Over 10,000 public APIs in the database: sdks.io. Developers at GovHack can make use of these to rapidly develop apps.
APIMATIC have extended an offer to API providers participating in GovHack. If any API providers want to expose SDKs/Client libraries of their APIs to the developers in GovHack, APIMATIC is willing to provide those SDKs for FREE. APIMATIC currently have over 10,000 public APIs in their database: sdks.io. Individual developers at GovHack can also make use of the APIMATIC tool, for free, to rapidly develop apps.
Intergraph Mobile Alert feed – info on: http://linkedin.com/pulse/
Request data that interests you
Did you know that Governments actually want to know what data is of value to you and most data portals have a mechanism which supports you to submit a data request! It cant hurt to ask! Why not request data from all the portals (let them know you are doing this) so you can get some great comparable datasets. To be fair you should allow at least 2 months before the comp to request data…so get requesting!