Normandale, New Zealand

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Normandale
Basic information
Region Wellington Region
Local authority Lower Hutt City
Population 2,085 (2006 [1])
Surrounds
Northeast Tirohanga
East Harbour View
Southeast Melling
South Alicetown
West Maungaraki

Normandale is a suburb of Lower Hutt City situated at the bottom of the North Island of New Zealand. The suburb is located on the western hills of the Hutt Valley.

Normandale was named after Ann Normandale, mother-in-law of Richard Seddon. The suburb became a part of Lower Hutt City on 6 October 1957, formerly it was part of Hutt County.[2]

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Coordinates: 41°12′09″S 174°53′32″E / 41.20250°S 174.89222°E / -41.20250; 174.89222