Takapuna

Takapuna is a beachside suburb on the of in . It is the business, shopping and entertainment centre of North Shore.
Photo: Sandy Austin, CC BY 2.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Lake
is a heart-shaped freshwater lake occupying a volcanic crater between the suburbs of Takapuna and on the North Shore of , New Zealand.

Hospital
is a large public hospital in Takapuna, New Zealand, serving the northern part of . Photo: Karora, Public domain.

Bus station
is in , , on the Northern Busway. Photo: Nankai, Public domain.

Church
, located in in Takapuna.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
is a suburb of , New Zealand's largest city. Photo: National Library NZ on The Commons, Public domain.

Suburb
is a suburb of , . The name , which means "good view or hill", derives from a farm estate called "Belmont" which was subdivided in 1885. Photo: Bjankuloski06en, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Suburb
is a suburb of , New Zealand. It is under the local governance of the Auckland Council.

Takapuna

Latitude
-36.7878° or 36° 47' 16.2" south
Longitude
174.773° or 174° 46' 22.8" east
United Nations Location Code
NZ TAK
Elevation
22 metres (72 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 98145103
Geo­Names ID
2207740
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: تاكابونا
  • Chinese: 塔卡普納
  • Chinese: 塔卡普纳
  • Czech: Takapuna
  • Danish: Takapuna
  • French: Takapuna
  • German: Takapuna
  • Hebrew: טקפונה
  • Italian: Takapuna
  • Japanese: タカプナ
  • Korean: 타카푸나
  • Persian: تاکاپونا
  • Russian: Такапуна
  • Scots: Takapuna
  • Tagalog: Takapuna

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