|Land area||1,754.02 km² (677.23 sq mi)|
|Extent||Te Aroha to Tirau;
Cambridge to Kaimai Range
|Deputy Mayor||James Thomas|
The towns of Matamata, Morrinsville and Te Aroha are all within the district, with the Council's head office based in Te Aroha. The main industry in the region is dairy farming and Thoroughbred breeding and training. Other communities in the district include Mangateparu and Waitoa.
The 2006 population was 30,483 of whom 6,606 lived in Morrinsville, 6,309 in Matamata, and 3,768 in Te Aroha.
Matamata-Piako is twinned with:
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