Te Aro

Te Aro is an inner-city suburb of Wellington, New Zealand, 1 km from the centre. It comprises the southern part of the central business district including the majority of the city's entertainment district and covers the mostly flat area of city between The Terrace and Cambridge Terrace at the base of Mount Victoria.

Te Aro is an alternative Māori language name for the Taranaki Pa that means "The facing", in reference to the site of the pa facing Mount Taranaki.

Read more about Te AroBoundaries, Demographics, Entertainment District, Waterfront, Politics, Transport, Characters, Neighbouring Suburbs

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Te Aro - Neighbouring Suburbs
... and a few streets climbing from it, such as Salamanca Road and Bolton Street, and separated from Te Aro by Victoria University's main (Kelburn) Campus ... Aro Valley lies beneath Kelburn to the southwest, and the turn into Aro Street marks the transition from Te Aro ... Mount Cook is the low hill south of Te Aro it contains the National War Memorial and Carillon, visible from much of southern Te Aro ...
Te Aro Extension
... The Te Aro Extension, also known as the Te Aro Branch, was a short branch line railway in Wellington, New Zealand continuing the Wairarapa Line ... It should not be confused with the Te Aro Tramway, which was a trestle causeway built in 1883 as part of foreshore reclamation work ...
Charles John Johnston - Biography
... Years Term Electorate Party 1881–1884 8th Te Aro Independent 1884–1887 9th Te Aro Independent He represented the Te Aro electorate from 1881 to 1887, when he resigned ...