Harewood, New Zealand

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Harewood Memorial Gardens and Crematorium
Population (2006)
 • Total 3,234

Harewood is a suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand. It is north-west of the city centre. It had a population of 3,234 in the 2006 census, an increase of 477 since 2001.[1]


State Highway 1 (SH1) passes through Harewood and separates the land use. Commercial use can be found to the west of SH1, whilst residential use is predominant east of SH1.


Christchurch International Airport is located in this suburb. North of SH1, where the airport is located, many freight companies are located. You can also hire camper vans and find other airport related services, e.g. hotels. The International Antarctic Centre has a visitor centre and it is a major tourist attraction.

The median income of Harewood residents aged 15 or more was $25,500 per annum, $2,000 more than the median income for the whole Canterbury region.[1]


Coordinates: 43°28′47″S 172°33′45″E / 43.47979°S 172.56241°E / -43.47979; 172.56241