Niue is an isolated island between the Cook and Tonga Islands, and has been mapped by New Zealand agencies. Surveying and mapping of the island is the responsibility of the Justice Lands and Survey Department (NJLSD). 1:50,000 scale topographic coverage of the island was revised to 1996 by Terralink and published by Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) for NJLSD, on the Transverse Mercator projection, International ellipsoid, with a larger scale map of the area around Alofi.
Soviet military topographic mapping of Niue is available at the following scale: 1:1,000,000 (1 sheet, complete coveage, published in 1965). This product is available in print, digital raster and digital vector GIS formats from East View Geospatial.
The Hydrographic Office of the Royal New Zealand Navy has compiled nautical charts for NJLSD.
Geological coverage of the island published by the New Zealand Geological Survey. Digital versions of these maps are used in the Niue Land Information System.
Thematic maps of the island have been compiled by New Zealand organizations. A 1:63,360 scale soil map accompanied a monograph on soil and agriculture of the island is published by the New Zealand Soils Bureau.