Cheltenham, New Zealand

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Cheltenham
Rangitoto Island from Mt Victoria, Devonport - Flickr - 111 Emergency.jpg
Cheltenham seen from Mount Victoria.
Basic information
Local authority Auckland Council
Electoral ward North Shore
Surrounds
North Vauxhall
Northeast (Hauraki Gulf)
East (Hauraki Gulf)
Southeast (North Head)
South (Waitemata Harbour)
Southwest (Waitemata Harbour)
West Devonport
Northwest Vauxhall

Cheltenham is a North-Eastern suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. It gets its name from the English town of Cheltenham, and provides a view of Rangitoto Island from its beachfront areas. The suburb is in the North Shore ward, one of the thirteen administrative divisions of Auckland Council. The area includes North Head, Cheltenham Beach, McHughs of Cheltenham(buffet restaurant), and Balmain Reserve.

Other Cheltenhams[edit]

Cheltenham on the Twinning Post in Cheltenham Township, Pennsylvania, United States[1][2][3][4]

There are at least seven other places in the World named "Cheltenham."

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Coordinates: 40°09′S 175°40′E / 40.150°S 175.667°E / -40.150; 175.667

Cheltenham is also a village NE of Feilding in the Manawatu. It has a Pub, Shop, Takeaways, Fire Station and is at the intersection of the Vinegar Hill & Kimbolton Highways.