Requests for information will be directed to an appropriate team at the Treasury for a response.
All enquiries from the media should be directed to the Communications team in the first instance at email@example.com
Frequently requested information
There may be more appropriate sources for the information you require.
Read about the sources below to decide whether it is better to approach them with your request.
- Stats NZ is New Zealand's major source of official statistics. Their Topics page provides quick access to the most commonly sought statistical data e.g. population, migration, employment, sales, national accounts, price indexes etc.
- Inland Revenue is responsible for New Zealand's taxation system. Any questions regarding income tax should be referred to Inland Revenue.
- Reserve Bank of New Zealand (Reserve Bank) is New Zealand's central bank and has primary responsibility for the promotion and maintainance of the financial and monetary system. Queries about exchange rates, interest rates and the currency needs of the public are best directed to the Reserve Bank.
For information about the Treasury's role and what we do see:
Frequently requested Treasury publications include:
Most major education institutions and large public library systems collect government publications and statistical information which are avialable to borrowers.
Requests under the Official Information Act 1982 (OIA)
The Treasury is a Government entity covered by the Official Information Act 1982 (OIA) and the Privacy Act 1993 and we respond to requests for information under these Acts. These requests can be directed to Information Services.
If you are submitting an OIA request, it is helpful to include the phrase "official information request" in the subject line or body of your request.
Please note that under the OIA, the Treasury has 20 working days to respond to OIA requests.
Contact for OIA requests
Ministerial Services | The Treasury
To make a complaint about an OIA request
If you are not satisfied with our response to your request, you have the right to complain to the Ombudsman.