Auckland is a unitary authority found in the nation of New Zealand. Home to 1,415,550 people, it is the 1st largest division in New Zealand in terms of population.
Auckland gained its current status as a unitary authority in the year 1989. The government of Auckland is lead by Len Brown and is based in the unitary authority capital of Auckland (Population: 417,910).
The most populous cities in Auckland are: Auckland (Population: 417,910), Manukau City (Population: 362,000), Waitakere (Population: 208,100), North Shore (Population: 207,865), Mangere (Population: 55,266).
Auckland Unitary authority - Quick Facts
|Region Type||Unitary authority|
|Year of Establishment||1989|
|Capital||Auckland (Population: 417,910)|
|Head of Government||Len Brown|
|Total Area||5,600 sq km (2,162 sq miles)|
|Population Density||252.8 sq km (654.7 sq miles)|
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