|Suburb of Palmerston North|
|Territorial authority||Palmerston North City|
|Named for||the terrace end of Palmerston North|
|Population (2001 (Census))|
|Time zone||NZST (UTC+12)|
|• Summer (DST)||NZDT (UTC+13)|
Terrace End is a suburb of Palmerston North, New Zealand. The suburb is located in the south east part of the city on a bend in the Manawatu River and had a resident population of 2,940 (2001) . The two primary schools in the area are Parkland School, located on a quiet suburban street near the golf course, and Terrace End School, located on Ruahine Street.
Terrace End is the site of these attractions:
- Palmerston North Golf Club
- Brightwater Centre
Parks and Reserves
- Memorial Park
- Balmoral Park
- Ruamahanga Wilderness Reserve
Local and Central government representation
Terrace End is a part of the Hokowhitu Ward in the Palmerston North City Council. It shares this with other suburbs; Hokowhitu East, Hokowhitu West and Hokowhitu Lagoon. There are three councillors who represent this ward.
- Palmerston North (as at 2010) is represented by New Zealand Labour MP Iain Lees-Galloway.
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