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Horokiwi

Horokiwi
Horokiwi, Wellington, New Zealand
Horokiwi, Wellington, New Zealand
Horokiwi
Horokiwi (New Zealand Wellington)
Basic information
Local authority Wellington City Council
Electoral ward Northern
Facilities
Surrounds
North Takapu Valley
East Lower Hutt
South Wellington Harbour
West Grenada North, Woodridge, Newlands

Horokiwi is an outer suburb of Wellington.[1] The area is semi-rural and there are no schools; children attend schools in nearby Newlands. The only feature other than houses is Horokiwi Quarry.

Access and roads

Access to Horokiwi is via Horokiwi Road, a road that climbs up a hill. There are only three roads, Horokiwi Road, Hillcroft Road and Lincolnshire Road.

In 2010, Horokiwi Road closed for about two months, causing long detours for residents.[2]

References

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External links

Map of Horokiwi


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