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Kohimarama is a coastal residential Auckland City suburb, located to the east of the city.

Situated in Eastern Auckland and has a reputation as being relatively wealthy, with many of the homes having some of the best views over Auckland Harbour. According to the 2001 census, Kohimarama has a population of 6,339. Kohimarama is home to two primary and one secondary school: St Thomas' School, Kohimarama School, and Selwyn College, which has a student population of over 1,000. Conveniently located Catholic schools include St Peter's College and Baradene College of the Sacred Heart.

History of Kohimarama

The name is Māori for 'gathering-in-of-moonlight'. It was originally known as Mission Bay, a name now given to a neighbouring suburb.

Association football

The football club Eastern Suburbs AFC who compete in the Lotto Sport Italia NRFL Division 1 are based in Kohimarama.


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