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Paihia

Paihia is the main tourist town in the Bay of Islands in the far north of the North Island of New Zealand. It is 60 kilometres north of Whangārei, located close to the historic towns of Russell and Kerikeri. Missionary Henry Williams named the mi ...

Pakaraka

The local Kahukura Ariki Marae and Kahukura Ariki meeting house are affiliated with the Ngāti Kahu ki Whangaroa hapū of Hāhi Katorika, and the Ngāpuhi / Ngāti Kahu ki Whaingaroa hapū of Ngāti Kohu.

Paparoa

Paparoa is a settlement in Northland, New Zealand. The Paparoa Stream flows from the east, through the settlement, and into the Paparoa Creek to the south, which joins the Arapaoa River which is part of the Kaipara Harbour. State Highway 12 passe ...

Paparore

Paparore is a small coastal native settlement near the north of Waipapakauri, adjacent to Rangaunu Harbour. It has a cemetery. A New Zealand Labour Party branch was formed there in 1936. Paparore School is a contributing primary years 1-6 school. ...

Parua Bay

Parua Bay is a locality and bay on the northern side of the Whangarei Harbour in Northland, New Zealand. Whangarei is 19 km to the west, and Whangarei Heads are 10 km to the south east, with Munro Bay between the two. The western head is called M ...

Portland, New Zealand

Portland is a locality on the western side of Whangarei Harbour in Northland, New Zealand. Whangarei is about 10 km to the north. Tikorangi is a hill to the west with a summit 161 m above sea level. According to the 2013 New Zealand census, Otaik ...

Rangiahua

Rangiahua is a small locality near the Hokianga Harbour in the Northland Region of New Zealand. State Highway 1 passes through it. Umawera is to the west, and Okaihau to the east. Rangiahua nearly became New Zealands most northern railway terminu ...

Rāwhiti

Rāwhiti or Te Rāwhiti is a small beachfront town about 27&km from Russell in the Bay of Islands of New Zealand. Most of the land in the area is owned by Māori. There are two marae - Kaingahoa and Te Rāwhiti. Rāwhiti was home to the Ngāre Raum ...

Ruakaka

Ruakākā is a small town in the north of New Zealand approximately 30 kilometres south of Whangārei in the Bream Bay area. Originally a small beachside community, Ruakākā has seen development due to its proximity to the expansion of the countrys o ...

Russell, New Zealand

Russell, known as Kororareka in the early 19th century, was the first permanent European settlement and seaport in New Zealand. It is situated in the Bay of Islands, in the far north of the North Island. The 2013 New Zealand census recorded a res ...

Taipa-Mangonui

Taipa-Mangonui or Taipa Bay-Mangonui is a string of small resort settlements – Taipa, Cable Bay, Coopers Beach, and Mangonui – that lie along the coast of Doubtless Bay and are so close together that they have run together to form one larger sett ...

Tangiteroria

Tangiteroria is a small rural community in the North Island of New Zealand. It is located halfway between Whangarei and Dargaville on State Highway 14 on the banks of the Northern Wairoa river. It consists of a primary school, pub currently close ...

Tangowahine

Tangowahine is a community on the northern Kaipara Harbour in Northland, New Zealand. The Tangowahine Stream flows from the Tutumoe Range east and then south to join the Wairoa River at Tangowahine. State Highway 14 passes through Tangowahine. Da ...

Te Kopuru

Te Kōpuru is the largest community on the Pouto Peninsula in Northland, New Zealand. The Wairoa River separates the peninsula at this point from the main North Auckland Peninsula to the east. Dargaville is 14 km to the north.

Tinopai

Tinopai is a settlement on the Komiti Bay, part of the Hukatere Peninsula in the northern Kaipara Harbour in Northland, New Zealand. The Otamatea River flows from the north east past Tinopai and into the harbour. Matakohe is 23 km to the north. I ...

Waimate North

Waimate North is a small settlement in Northland, New Zealand. It is situated between Kerikeri and Lake Omapere, west of the Bay of Islands. It was one of the earliest centres of European settlement and features the second-oldest surviving Europe ...

Waipu, New Zealand

Waipu is a small town in Bream Bay, in the Northland Region of New Zealand, that has a Scottish heritage. The population of the town and its surrounds, including Waipu Cove and Langs Beach, was 1.671 in the 2013 Census, an increase of 177 from 20 ...

Waitangi, Northland

Waitangi is a locality in the Bay of Islands on the North Island of New Zealand. It is close to the town of Paihia, 60 kilometres north of Whangarei. "Waitangi" is a Māori-language name meaning "weeping waters". Waitangi is best known for being t ...

Whananaki

Whananaki is a locality on the east coast of Northland, New Zealand. Whangarei is to the southwest. Te Wairahi Stream flows from the northwest into Whananaki Inlet, a wide tidal estuary which separates Whananaki from Whananaki South. Sandy Bay li ...

Whatuwhiwhi

Whatuwhiwhi is a settlement at the northern end of Tokerau Beach, on the Karikari Peninsula of Northland, New Zealand. To the south is Doubtless Bay. Kaitaia is about 39 km away. There are three shaded and sandy coves. Swimming is safe, but it is ...

Central Otago District

Central Otago District is local government district in New Zealand. It is administered by the Central Otago District Council and it is in the Otago region, the top tier of local government in New Zealand. The major towns in the district are Alexa ...

Oturehua

The township of Oturehua is in the Ida Valley of the Maniototo, in Central Otago, in the South Island of New Zealand. Known as Rough Ridge until 1907, the settlement stands at 500 metres above sea level, some 25 kilometres from Ranfurly, to which ...

Roxburgh, New Zealand

Roxburgh is a small New Zealand town of about 600 people in Central Otago. It is in Teviot Valley on the banks of the Clutha River, 40 kilometres south of Alexandra in the South Island. State Highway 8, which links Central Otago with Dunedin city ...

Waihola

The township of Waihola lies between Dunedin and Milton, New Zealand in Otago, in New Zealands South Island. It lies close to the southeast shore of the shallow tidal lake which shares its name.

Blackhead (New Zealand)

Blackhead is a promontory on the coast of Otago, New Zealand. It lies within the city limits of Dunedin, some 10 kilometres southwest of the city centre. The promontory extends some 500 metres into the ocean, and rises to a height of a little ove ...

Evansdale, New Zealand

Evansdale is a locality on State Highway 1, 25 km north of Dunedin, at the north west of Blueskin Bay. It also has lent its name to a cheese producer, and a census-gathering district, which has a population of 1.482 in the 2013 New Zealand census ...

Lawyers Head

Lawyers Head is a prominent landmark on the coast of Otago, New Zealand. Located within the city of Dunedin, this rocky headland juts into the Pacific Ocean at the eastern end of the citys main beach, Saint Kilda Beach. It is named for the likene ...

Fruitlands, New Zealand

Fruitlands is a settlement in Central Otago in the Otago region of New Zealand. It is situated on State Highway 8, 14 km southwest of Alexandra, and 27 km northeast of Roxburgh. Fruitlands was initially settled a gold mining town following a gold ...

Glendhu Bay

Glendhu Bay is a small settlement on Lake Wanaka in Otago, New Zealand. The bay has a motor camp, and is a short drive west from Wanaka, on the road to Treble Cone skifield and Mount Aspiring National Park.

Glenorchy, New Zealand

Glenorchy is a small settlement at the northern end of Lake Wakatipu in the South Island region of Otago, New Zealand. It is approximately 45 km by road or boat from Queenstown, the nearest large town. There are two pubs, a cafe and a range of sm ...

Glenpark, New Zealand

Glenpark is a lightly populated rural locality in the Otago region of New Zealands South Island. It is northwest of Palmerston and is on the banks of the Shag River. To the west is the locality of Stoneburn.

Inch Valley

Inch Valley is a lightly populated rural locality in the Otago region of New Zealands South Island. It is northwest of Palmerston and Glenpark, east of Stoneburn, on the banks of the Shag River. Economic activity around Inch Valley is agricultural.

Katiki

Katiki is a small settlement in North Otago, New Zealand. It lies between the townships of Palmerston and Hampden on State Highway 1 at the northern end of Katiki Beach, close to the Moeraki Peninsula. The tip of the peninsula, Katiki Point, is t ...

Makareao

Makareao is a lightly populated rural locality in the Otago region of New Zealands South Island. To the west is Dunback and to the south is Inch Valley and the nearest significantly populated town, Palmerston.

Otanomomo

Otanomomo is a locality in the South Otago region of New Zealands South Island. It is situated on the banks of the Clutha River, roughly 6 km south of Balclutha. Nearby settlements include Finegand to the north, Paretai, Puerua, and Romahapa to t ...

Paerau

Paerau is a small settlement in inland Central Otago in New Zealands South Island. It is located in the upper valley of the Taieri River, at the foot of the Rock and Pillar Range. "Paerau" is a Māori-language name meaning "one hundred ridges". De ...

Seacliff, New Zealand

Seacliff is a small village located north of Dunedin in the Otago region of New Zealands South Island. The village lies roughly halfway between the estuary of Blueskin Bay and the mouth of the Waikouaiti River at Karitane, on the eastern slopes o ...

Tarras

Tarras is a small farming settlement in Central Otago, in the South Island of New Zealand. Tarras is on the slopes above the upper reaches of the Clutha Valley, on State Highway 8. It is the first village reached by travellers heading south throu ...

Wedderburn, New Zealand

Wedderburn is a community in Central Otago, New Zealand. It is located 15 kilometres northwest of Ranfurly, and was at one time close to the centre of a thriving gold and coal mining area. The name of Wedderburn was given to the area by John Turn ...

Windsor, New Zealand

Windsor is a township in North Otago, 19 km inland from Oamaru, situated almost exactly on the 45th latitude. The township was surveyed in 1879 and sold by Edward Eddie Menlove, the owner of the Windsor Park Estate. It was situated at the junctio ...

Queenstown-Lakes District

Queenstown-Lakes District, a local government district, is in the Otago Region of New Zealand. It is surrounded by the districts of Central Otago, Southland, Westland and Waitaki. Much of the area is often referred to as Queenstown because of the ...

Lake Wakatipu

Lake Wakatipu is an inland lake in the South Island of New Zealand. It is in the southwest corner of the Otago region, near its boundary with Southland. Lake Wakatipu comes from the original Māori word Whakatipu wai-māori. With a length of 80 kil ...

Manapouri

Manapouri is a small town in Southland / Fiordland, in the southwest corner of the South Island, in New Zealand. The township is the westernmost municipality in New Zealand. Located at the edge of the Fiordland National Park, on the eastern shore ...

Brydone, Southland

Brydone is a small farming locality in Southland, New Zealand, south west of Mataura. It was named after Thomas Brydone, the superintendent of Australia and New Zealand Land Company. He was the founder of the frozen meat and dairy industry in New ...

Ashers

Ashers is a locality in the Southland Region of New Zealands South Island. It is situated east of Invercargill on the Southern Scenic Route as it runs between Kapuka and Gorge Road. Other nearby settlements include Oteramika to the north and Kapu ...

Athol, New Zealand

Athol is a small town in Southland, New Zealand. It is located on State Highway 6, 55 km south of Queenstown, halfway between Lumsden and Kingston on the Southern Scenic Route. Farming has always been very important in the district, though in ear ...

Balfour, New Zealand

Balfour is a small town located in the Southland region of New Zealand. According to the 2001 New Zealand census, it has a usually resident population of 135, unchanged from the previous census in 1996. Accounts of Balfours naming differ: accordi ...

Clifden, New Zealand

The small town of Clifden, New Zealand is a small rural community on the Waiau River, Southland, New Zealand. It is notable for being the site of the Clifden Suspension Bridge and the Clifden Limestone Caves, well-known since early European settl ...

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