Place:Auckland, New Zealand

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NameAuckland
Alt namesAucklandsource: Getty Vocabulary Program
Central Aucklandsource: Cambridge World Gazetteer (1988) p 452; Times Atlas of the World (1990) plate 11
TypeRegion
Coordinates37°S 175.0°E
Located inNew Zealand     (1971 - )
Contained Places
Cemetery
North Shore Memorial Park
County
Hokianga
District
Kaipara
Mangonui
Maungakaramea
Papakura
Rodney
Taitokerau
Urewera
Inhabited place
Albany
Alfriston
Ardmore
Auckland
Birkenhead
Brookby
Clevedon
Devonport
East Coast Bays
Franklin
Glenbrook
Glenfield
Helensville
Henderson
Hobsonville
Howick
Huia
Kaukapakapa
Kohimarama
Kumeu
Leigh
Mangapapa
Mangere Central
Mangere
Manukau
Manurewa
Massey
Matakana
Mission Bay
Morrinsville ( 1866 - 1911 )
Mount Albert
Mount Eden
Mount Roskill
Mount Wellington
Ngaruawahia ( 1921 - ? )
Ngatapa
North Shore City
Okaihau ( 1938 - 1956 )
Okoroire ( 1866 - 1911 )
Onehunga
Orakei
Oratia
Orewa
Otahuhu
Otara
Owhango
Pakuranga
Panmure
Papakura
Papatoetoe
Paremoremo
Parnell
Patumahoe
Point England
Port Albert
Port Fitzroy
Puhoi
Pukekohe
Puni
Ramarama
Silverdale
Swanson
Tairua
Takapuna
Tamaki
Te Arai
Torbay
Tuakau
Upper Waiwera
Waitahanui
Waitakere
Waitemata
Waiuku
Warkworth
Wellsford
Whangaparoa
Whangarei
Island
Great Barrier Island
Suburb
Avondale ( 5 Jun 1882 - )
Chelsea ( 1884 - )
Epsom
Newmarket ( Abt 1851 - )
Unknown
California
Cambridge
Glorit
Hauraki Gulf Martime Park
Hauraki
Hoteo North
Kakanui
Little Barrier Island
Mahurangi
Manaia
Mangakahia
Mangakura
Mangamuka
Mangaone
Mangapai
Mangatieke
Mangatuna
Marahea
Maroa
Maromaku
Matakohe
Mataraua
Maunga Oriwa
Maungapohatu
Maungatautari
Mercer
Morea
Motatau
Motiti
Motukaraka
Muriwai
Ngawha
Ngawhitu
Ohaeawai
Okauia
Omanaia
Opango
Opepe
Opitonui
Opononi
Opuawhanga
Orakei Korako
Ormand
Oromahoe
Orua Bay
Otaua
Otiria
Paeroa
Pakaraka
Panguru
Parapara
Patutahi
Pauhaue
Pawarenga
Piopio
Pipiwai
Pirogia
Port Waikato
Poverty Bay
Pukapuka
Pukerimu
Puketarata
Punaruku
Raglan
Rahui
Rakaikiteroa
Rangitoto
Rawene
Rewarewa
Ruapuke
Ruatahuna
Ruatoki
Shelly Beach
Stanmore Bay
Taheke
Takahue
Takapau
Takapu
Tamahere
Tantoro
Tapu
Tauhoa
Taumarunui
Tauranga
Tautoro
Tawhao
Te Araroa
Te Aroha
Te Hapara
Te Horo
Te Hue
Te Kahiwai
Te Rahui
Te Rauamoa
Te Toro
Te Whaiti
Temple View
Thames
Tikitiki
Tokaanu
Tokatoka
Tokerau
Tokoroa
Towai
Umupuia
Utakura
Waerengaohika
Waharoa
Waiapu
Waiheke
Waihou
Waikare
Waikaremoana
Waikawau
Waikopua
Waikumete
Waima
Waimamaku
Waimana
Waimate North
Waimate
Waingaro
Wainuiomata
Waiomio
Waipa
Waipiro Bay
Wairoa
Waitangi
Waitapu
Waiteitei
Waitemata Harbour
Waitetoki
Waituhi
Waiwera
Wayby
Westmere
Whakatane
Whananaki
Whangapoua
Whangaripo
Whangaroa
Whangaruru Beach
Whangaruru South
Wharehine
Whatawhata
Whirinaki
Whitianga
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog
source: Family History Library Catalog


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The Auckland Region is one of the sixteen regions of New Zealand, named for the city of Auckland, the country's largest urban area. The region encompasses the Auckland metropolitan area, smaller towns, rural areas, and the islands of the Hauraki Gulf. With one third of the nation's residents, it has by far the biggest population and economy of any region of New Zealand, but the second-smallest land area.

On 1 November 2010, the Auckland Region became a unitary authority controlled by the Auckland Council, replacing the previous regional council and seven local councils. In the process, an area in its southeastern corner was transferred to the neighbouring Waikato Region. The name "Auckland Region" remains present in casual usage.

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