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Raahui Pookeka

The view down the main street of Huntly

Over 10,000 call Huntly ‘home’ (10,176 – Census 2018), which isn’t surprising given it provides a great small town lifestyle with easy travel to the ‘big cities’. The Waikato Expressway runs through Huntly, connecting it to Hamilton 32 kilometres to the south and Auckland which is just over an hour away. The main trunk railway line running through the town also provides another connection for people and freight. The Huntly Power Station is a distinctive landmark alongside the Waikato River, visible from many parts of the town and beyond.

Huntly is next to Waikato River and it has several lakes and parks with picturesque walkways, all surrounded by rich farmland. Strong on sport, the area is also rich in history, particularly in relation to Maaori and to its coal mining industry.

Waikato District Council in Huntly

Huntly office and library
Phone: 07 828 8539
142 Main Street, Huntly 3700
Click here for opening hours
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    More about Huntly and the Waikato district

    • Facebook  – Huntly Community Board – search for ‘huntlycb’.
    • Huntly bus timetables – BUSIT! 
      (‘Huntly internal service’; plus ‘Northern Connector’ and ‘Hamilton - Te Kauwhata - Meremere - Pukekohe’ routes).