This article is a stub, meaning it needs more information to be a full article. You can improve this RangerWiki article by expanding it if more information is available. If you believe this article to be a dead stub, it may need to be deleted in accordance with the Style Guide.
|This article is about a/an location in the Power Rangers franchise.|
Baskin, keeper of the stone known as The Evil, announces his intention to relocate with it and his pet turtle to New Zealand after the B-Squad Rangers return the stone to him following their defeat of Drakel, who had previously stolen it from him.
Dax Lo worked on a movie in New Zealand after leaving Operation Overdrive.
Black Ranger Chase Randall and his family, including sister Chloe Randall, are from New Zealand's south island, and Chase's immediate family still live there while he works with the other Rangers. The original Dino Charge Purple Ranger, Albert Smith, lived on the north island, where his presence was detected by Sledge's monsters. The six core Rangers traveled there to determine why Sledge's forces were investigating, and thus met Albert. After battling Meteor, Iceage, and Stingrage, the Rangers called upon Keeper, who broke the link between Albert and the Purple Energem. While still there, they sought help from Dr. Runga, who'd been duped by the villains. They eventually succeeded in finding and saving the Plesiozord.
- Alongside Power Rangers, New Zealand has prominence within Super Sentai, most notably within the openings and endings:
- The opening for Mahou Sentai Magiranger has a notable shot where the team flies around Auckland's Sky Tower.
- The ending sequence for Juken Sentai Gekiranger has the scenes filmed in Auckland where the Gekirangers and Master Sha-Fu walking around the area, despite filmed in black and white minus the Gekirangers and Master Sha-Fu.