About the profile areas
The 2013 population for McLean Park is 2,352, with a population density of 21.84 persons per hectare.
Location and boundaries
McLean Park is bounded by Latham Street and Sale Street in the north, the Pacific Ocean, Ellison Street and Te Awa Avenue in the east, Napier Boys' High School in the south, and Chambers Street and Georges Drive in the west.
McLean Park is named after Donald McLean, the Native Minister and Government Land Commissioner who purchased land from the local Māori people in the early days of European settlement.
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Settlement of the area dates from the mid 1800s, although population was minimal until the late 1800s. Significant development took place from the 1960s. The population and dwelling stock were relatively stable from the mid 1990s.
McLean Park is an established residential area.
Major features of the area include the National Aquarium of New Zealand, McLean Park, Beach Domain, Centennial Event Centre, Chapman Pavilion, Graeme Lowe Stand, Napier Boys' High School and Te Awa School.