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There are around 100 houses in the settlement, most of which are holiday homes. According to the 2006 New Zealand census, the Pataua-Whareora area had a population of 993, though the majority of that is spread along the Pataua North Road. So the permanent population is likely to be around 100 individuals.
A community hall is run by the Pataua Outdoor Education and Recreation Trust. that is now used mostly for school camps by Primary and Secondary schools from the Whangarei District, but was once a one-room school, that closed in the 1980s due to low numbers.
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