Camborne

Camborne, New Zealand is a hilltop and seaside suburb of City developed over a 35-year period from the 1960s, initially by an investment company headed by a Mr Arthur Cornish.
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Pauatahanui Wildlife Reserve is a wetland reserve located in and on the eastern edge of the Pauatahanui Inlet of the Porirua Harbour in , .

Taylor-Stace Cottage, built in 1847, is the oldest surviving house of European origin in the region of New Zealand.

Aotea College is a state co-educational secondary school located in , .

St Alban's Church, built in 1898, in , is the second church to be built in Pauatahanui, .

Mana College is a decile two secondary school in , , .

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