Rosehill is a suburb of Auckland
, in northern New Zealand
. Located to the south of Pahurehure
, under authority of the Auckland Council
. The suburb makes up the southernmost part of the Auckland metropolitan area, and is located in the Manurewa-Papakura ward, one of the thirteen administrative divisions of Auckland city.
Until recently, Rosehill became recognised as an independent suburb. The previous area was referred to as a small area of greater Papakura
, but has now developed into a high class suburban area, stretching from south of Beach Road moving down to Park Estate Road, on the eastern border of the Auckland Southern Motorway
and including the area to the west of Liverpool Street as well as conjoining Opaheke Road down to Graham Tagg Park inclusive.
During the major reformation of local government in 1989, the Rosehill area was included into the Papakura District
From October 2010, after a review of the Royal Commission on Auckland Governance
, the entire Auckland Region
will be amalgamated into a single city authority. As well as the former Papakura District
, all other territorial authorities will be abolished and the entire area will be dissolved into a single Auckland
city council. The suburb of Rosehill will now be in the Manurewa-Papakura Ward of the Auckland Council
The most common ethnic group in Rosehill is European
as at 2006, with 53.2 percent. Maori residents make up 32.5 percent of the suburb, and Pacific peoples consisting of... Read More