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Seaview, Lower Hutt

                                               

Shelly Bay

Shelly Bay is a bay on the Miramar Peninsula of Wellington, New Zealand. Most of the land was owned by the New Zealand Defence Force owned for 124 years until 2009 and today it is the site of a controversial planned residential development that w ...

                                               

Silverstream

Silverstream is a suburb of Upper Hutt, just under 7 km from the Upper Hutt CBD. It is in the lower North Island of New Zealand at the southern end of the city, close to the Taitā Gorge, which separates Upper Hutt from Lower Hutt. The area is sit ...

                                               

Sinclair Head / Te Rimurapa

Sinclair Head is a major promontory on the south coast of New Zealands North Island. It lies 14 kilometres to the west of the entrance to Wellington Harbour, and a similar distance to the east of Cape Terawhiti. The headland is named for Sir Geor ...

                                               

Steeple Rock

Steeple Rock is the largest rock of Barrett Reef at the west of the entrance to Wellington Harbour, rising 7 metres above sea level. The rock plays a role in warning ships off the dangerous reef. It is the location of a marine light and an unbeac ...

                                               

Strathmore Park

Strathmore Park is a suburb of Wellington City, New Zealand. It is located at the southern end of the Miramar Peninsula to the south of the suburb of Miramar, and due east of airport. A hill suburb, it overlooks Lyall Bay and several bays along t ...

                                               

Taitā, New Zealand

Taita, officially Taitā, is one of the northernmost suburbs of the city of Lower Hutt in New Zealand, situated toward the northern end of the city. It lies considerably south of the Taitā Gorge which separates Lower Hutt City from Upper Hutt City ...

                                               

Takapu Valley

Takapu Valley, one of the northern suburbs of Wellington, New Zealand, is a rural area. The only road, Takapu Road, which runs by the Takapu Stream, goes down past Grenada North to the intersection with the Johnsonville-Porirua Motorway, and to T ...

                                               

Tauweru

Tauweru, alternatively Taueru, and previously known as Wardell, or Wardelltown is a locality in the Wairarapa region of New Zealands North Island. It is named after and located on the middle reaches of the Tauweru River, which drains into the Rua ...

                                               

Te Ahumairangi Hill

Te Ahumairangi Hill is a hill running for 38 hectares through the Town Belt of Wellington, New Zealand. It was renamed Te Ahumairangi Hill as part of the Port Nicholson Block Claims Settlement Act 2009. The suburb of Wadestown lies to the north, ...

                                               

Te Marua

Te Marua is the easternmost urban suburb of Upper Hutt. The usual resident population in the 2006 census was 1.068. For reasons of location and distance from the city, the area is often classified as rural. Te Marua is well known for its Plateau ...

                                               

Te Whiti, New Zealand

Te Whiti, formerly Te Whiti o Tu in the nineteenth century, is a rural community in the Wairarapa region of New Zealands North Island. Its status has been under dispute and threatened in the twentieth century, Land Information New Zealand acknowl ...

                                               

Timberlea, New Zealand

Timberlea is a suburb of Upper Hutt, located 3.5-6.5 km northeast from the city centre. It had a population of 1612 at the 2013 Census. The suburb is located on a plateau of the Eastern Hutt Valley Hills, with most of the suburb being 115-135 met ...

                                               

Tirohanga

Tirohanga is a suburb of Lower Hutt City situated at the bottom of the North Island of New Zealand. The suburb is located on the western side of the Hutt River and State Highway 2.

                                               

Transmission Gully

Transmission Gully is a chain of steep-sided, isolated valleys in the Wellington Region of New Zealand, running approximately north-south between the Kapiti Coast and Tawa, through hills east of Porirua. The gullys name comes from the 110.000-vol ...

                                               

Trentham Memorial Park

Trentham Memorial Park is a large park and a major sport and recreation ground in Trentham, a suburb of Upper Hutt, in the Wellington region of New Zealand. The park was purchased by the Upper Hutt Council from the Barton family descendants of Ri ...

                                               

Trentham Military Camp

Trentham Military Camp is a New Zealand Defence Force facility located in Trentham, Upper Hutt, near Wellington. Originally a New Zealand Army installation, it is now run by Defence and accommodates all three services. It also hosts Joint NZDF fa ...

                                               

Trentham, New Zealand

Trentham is the most populous suburb of Upper Hutt, a city in the Wellington region of New Zealand. The suburb is located in a widening of the Hutt Valley, five kilometres to the southwest of the Upper Hutt city centre. The name "Trentham" was in ...

                                               

Turakirae Head

Turakirae Head is a promontory on the southern coast of New Zealands North Island. It is located at the western end of Palliser Bay, 20 kilometres southeast of Wellington, at the southern end of the Remutaka Range. The head is an excellent exampl ...

                                               

Upper Hutt central business district

Upper Hutt central business district is the commercial and geographic focal point of Upper Hutt city, located in the lower North Island of New Zealand. The main shopping street is Main St that includes a variety of shops and a shopping mall. The ...

                                               

Wainuioru

Wainuioru School is a decile 9, 4 teacher rural school located 22 kilometers east of Masterton in the Wairarapa. The school had a roll of 80 in 2016. Majority of attending students come from encompassing rural areas. Due to a recent gain in popul ...

                                               

Waitangirua

Waitangirua is a suburb of Porirua City approximately 22km north of Wellington in New Zealand. Waitangirua was established during the 1960s, almost exclusively as a Government housing development for New Zealands burgeoning working class immigran ...

                                               

Waiwhetū

Waiwhetū is an eastern suburb of Lower Hutt in the Wellington Region situated in the south of the North Island of New Zealand. In the 19th-century period of European settlement it was worked by Irish-born Alfred Ludlam, who was a member of three ...

                                               

Waterloo, New Zealand

Waterloo is an eastern suburb of Lower Hutt, Wellington. It is named after the Battle of Waterloo won by the Duke of Wellington in 1815. The Hutt City Council formally defines Waterloo as the area bounded by Waterloo Road and Burnside Street in t ...

                                               

Wellington Town Belt

Wellington town belt and Outer green belt is a pair of strips of tree-filled wilderness spaces near and around central Wellington, New Zealands capital city. The inner strip, the town belt, is an elongated U-shape. It was set aside by the citys f ...

                                               

Whitemans Valley

Whitemans Valley is a rural suburb of Upper Hutt located in the lower North Island of New Zealand. Situated roughly 4 kilometers south of the Upper Hutt city centre, the area has a variety of farms and lifestyle blocks. The first settler to disco ...

                                               

Wilton, New Zealand

Wilton is a small suburb in Wellington. It is best known for Otari-Wiltons Bush, a large reserve that is situated in the suburb. Otari-Wiltons bush is the only public botanic garden in New Zealand dedicated solely to native plants. It features 14 ...

                                               

Wingate, New Zealand

Wingate is an unofficial north-eastern suburb of Lower Hutt City, in the neighbourhood of Wingate Railway Station. Officially, the area comprises parts of the suburbs of Taitā, Avalon and Naenae.

                                               

Woburn, New Zealand

Woburn is a suburb of Lower Hutt, Wellington situated at the bottom of the North Island of New Zealand. Henry Petre farmed the area in the 1840s and named the area after the Duke of Bedfords estate, Woburn Abbey. Petres farm was later taken over ...

                                               

Woodridge, New Zealand

Woodridge is one of the northern suburbs of Wellington, New Zealand, north of Newlands and Paparangi. According to the 2013 New Zealand census, Woodridge has a population of 1.329, an increase of 306 people since the 2006 census.

                                               

Abut Head

Abut Head is a forested headland on the West Coast of New Zealands South Island. It is located north of the village of Whataroa and west of Harihari, and is southwest of the Westland Districts main centre, Hokitika. On the southern side of the he ...

                                               

Ahaura

Ahaura is a town in the West Coast region of New Zealands South Island, sited where the Ahaura River flows into the Grey River. State Highway 7 and the Stillwater - Westport railway line pass through the town. Greymouth is 34 kilometres to the so ...

                                               

Alpine Lake / Ata Puai

Alpine Lake / Ata Puai is a small lake in the West Coast Region of New Zealand. The lake is located 6 kilometres south of Okarito and 4 kilometres west of the larger Lake Mapourika. "Alpine" is something of a misnomer as the lake is only 4 kilome ...

                                               

Arapito

Arapito is a town in the Karamea area of New Zealand. Arapito is a farming community on the south side of the Karamea River, and upriver from the main Karamea township. The settlement was originally named Promised Land; it was changed to Arapito ...

                                               

Awarua Point

Awarua Point is located on the southwestern coast of New Zealands South Island, at the northern end of Big Bay, 40 kilometres north of Milford Sound, and 15 kilometres north of the mouth of the Hollyford River. Traditionally, Awarua Point is rega ...

                                               

Blaketown

Blaketown is a suburb to the west of Greymouth on the West Coast of New Zealand. The Grey River separates Blaketown from Cobden, and the Blaketown Lagoon separates it from the centre of Greymouth. According to the 2013 New Zealand census, Blaketo ...

                                               

Buller Gorge

The Buller Gorge is a gorge located in the northwest of the South Island of New Zealand. The Buller River flows through the deep canyon between Murchison and Westport. Land Information New Zealand lists two sections for the gorge, Upper Buller Go ...

                                               

Carters Beach

Carters Beach is a small town on the West Coast of New Zealands South Island, located 6 kilometres west of Westport on State Highway 67A. It is the only sheltered sandy beach on the West Coast suitable for swimming. Carters Beach was named after ...

                                               

Lake Christabel

Lake Christabel is a small lake in the north of New Zealands South Island. It is located 12 kilometres southwest of the Lewis Pass. The lake is the source of the Grey River, one of the longest rivers on the South Islands West Coast, although its ...

                                               

Clarke River (Grey District)

The Clarke River is a river in the Grey District, one of three Clarke rivers in the South island of New Zealand. It flows northwest for 12 kilometres before joining with the upper Grey River close to the boundary of Victoria Forest Park.

                                               

Cobden, New Zealand

Cobden is a suburb to the north of Greymouth on the West Coast of New Zealand. The Grey River separates Cobden from the rest of Greymouth. To the north is the Rapahoe Range, also called the Twelve Apostles Range. State Highway 6 skirts the south- ...

                                               

Cronadun

Cronadun is a small village located in the West Coast region of New Zealands South Island. It is situated by the Inangahua River, and SH 69 and the Stillwater–Westport Line railway pass through the village. For a few years, Cronadun was the termi ...

                                               

Fox Glacier, New Zealand

Fox Glacier is a small town on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand. Bruce Bay is 46 km to the south-west of the township, and Franz Josef is 23 km north-east. State Highway 6 runs through the town. The township is 6 km from the epon ...

                                               

Granity Pass

                                               

Ikamatua

Ikamatua is a small village on the West Coast of the South Island in New Zealand. It is located on the State Highway 7 inland route, 50 kilometres 31 mi north of Greymouth and 28 kilometres 17 mi south of Reefton. It has a population of under 200 ...

                                               

Inchbonnie

Inchbonnie is a rural locality in the West Coast region of New Zealands South Island. "Inchbonnie" is a hybrid of Lowland Scots, bonnie meaning "pretty" and Scottish Gaelic innis meaning island, often anglicised as "Inch", as in Inchkeith or Inch ...

                                               

Jackson Head to Stafford River Important Bird Area

The Jackson Head to Stafford River Important Bird Area is a stretch of coastline on the West Coast of New Zealands South Island. It extends from Jackson Head, at the western end of Jackson Bay, for about 10 kilometres westwards to the mouth of th ...

                                               

Jacksons, New Zealand

Jacksons is a settlement and railway station in the Westland District of the West Coast of New Zealand. The TranzAlpine Express passes through Jacksons. Jacksons was the railhead for the Midland Line from Stillwater via Moana from 1894, until the ...

                                               

Jacobs River, New Zealand

Jacobs River is a locality in the West Coast region of the South Island of New Zealand, situated just to the north of where State Highway 6 crosses the Jacobs River. Bruce Bay is about 7 kilometres to the south-west, and Fox Glacier is almost 40 ...

                                               

John Sturgeon Park

John Sturgeon Park, formerly called Rugby Park, is a sports ground in Greymouth, New Zealand. It is the home ground of the West Coast Rugby Football Union, and has a capacity of 6.000, although the record attendance figure of 11.000 was set in 19 ...

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