(June 2013 estimate)
|Main towns:||Thames and Whitianga.|
|Other towns:||Coromandel, Whangamata, Matarangi, Whangapoua, Pauanui, Tairua and Whitianga.|
|Name:||Thames-Coromandel District Council|
|Extent:||Colville Channel to Whangamata;
Hauraki Gulf to Bay of Plenty
|Land Area:||2,297 km²|
|See also:||Hauraki District, Tauranga|
The Thames-Coromandel District Council in the North Island of New Zealand is seated in the town of Thames. It is located in the region around the Firth of Thames and Coromandel Peninsula, to the southeast of Auckland. It is the first District council to be formed in New Zealand, being constituted in 1975.
The district has a population of 27,100 at the June 2013 estimate. From the 2006 census 3,768 live in Whitianga, 1,476 in Coromandel, 6,756 in Thames and 3,555 in Whangamata.
The Thames-Coromandel District Council was formed from the amalgamation of the former Thames Borough and Coromandel County Council in 1975.
- "Subnational Population Estimates: At 30 June 2013 (provisional)". Statistics New Zealand. 22 October 2013. Retrieved 4 November 2013. Also "Infoshare; Group: Population Estimates - DPE; Table: Estimated Resident Population for Urban Areas, at 30 June (1996+) (Annual-Jun)". Statistics New Zealand. 19 November 2013. Retrieved 28 November 2013.
- "Council History". Thames-Coromandel District Council. Retrieved 18 May 2012.
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