Consumer confidence has slipped slightly but remains very high, the latest survey has found.
The Westpac-McDermott Miller quarterly Consumer Confidence Index declined less than 1 point to 121 in the June quarter. A reading above 100 indicates optimism.
Westpac's economists sai households remain buoyant, despite rising interest rates and a fall in dairy prices.
The survey of 1565 people was conducted from 1 June to 10 June and has a margin of error of 2.5 percent.