Quick Answer: Is It Better To Live In Australia Or New Zealand?

What is the most dangerous thing in Australia?

These are the 10 most dangerous animals in Australia according to HotelClub:Box jellyfish (aka Boxfish, Sea Wasp, Fire Medusa or Stinger) …

Taipan snake.

Saltwater crocodile (aka salties) …

Blue-ringed octopus.

Stonefish.

Redback spider (akaAustralian black widow) …

7 and 8.

Great white shark.More items…•.

Is New Zealand as dangerous as Australia?

In Australia, snakes, crocodiles and spiders kill very few people. … New Zealand has no dangerous reptiles and only one mildly venomous spider, the katipo. Of course there are sharks in the sea around NZ but they have killed 12 people in the last 170 years.

Which country is richer Australia or New Zealand?

Australians are a third richer than New Zealanders. Per capita GDP (adjusted for purchasing power parity) is NZ$48,000 in Australia compared to just NZ$36,400 in New Zealand. … New Zealand’s commodities have also enjoyed record returns, and its exports make up a greater proportion of GDP than do Australia’s.

What are the differences between New Zealand and Australia?

Australia is a huge country, it is even bigger than Europe and there only live about 24 million people. New Zealand is a bit smaller, but still a pretty big country and there only live about 4,7 million people. If you look at population density it is only 3 people per square km in Australia (8 per sq.

Are Kiwis better than Aussies?

Aussies have a better sense of humour, make better rum (go Bundy!) are better lovers, surfers, and don’t do the hakka before rugby. They make better movies, although New Zealand is better at doing locations for other films, and don’t have sheep jokes made about them. They also win more gold medals.

What can kill you in New Zealand?

Dangerous animals in New ZealandSharks. There are lots of sharks around the coast of New Zealand but the chances of an attack are very low. … Portuguese Man-of-War. … Seals and sea lions. … Katipo spider. … Redback spider. … White-tailed spider. … Mosquito. … Wasps and bees.More items…