About the profile areas
The 2018 population for Douglas Park is 2,007, with a population density of 16.61 persons per hectare.
Note: This page displays the area boundaries used for the 2018 Census. In some cases, these are significantly different to the pre-2018 areas. For more on this, see the Census 2018 page.
Location and boundaries
Kopuaranga is bounded by the Tararua District Council area in the north, Whangaehu Valley Road in the east, Te Ore Ore Bideford Road, Black Rock Road, the Ruamahanga River, State Highway 2, Loop Line, the locality of Opaki-Fernridge, Upper Plain Road, Evans Road, Skeets Road, West Bush Road and Upper Manaia Road in the south, and the Waingawa River, the Carterton District Council area and the Horowhenua District Council area in the west.
Kopuaranga is named from Māori words meaning 'deep hole' and 'shoal of fish'. It was formerly known as The Camp and Dreyerton.
2018 Usual residents
hectares (1 Km2)
persons per hectare
European settlement of the area dates from the 1850s. Population was minimal until the late 1800s. Some growth took place during the early 1900s and the post-war years. The population increased gradually between 1996 and 2013 as new dwellings were added to the area.
Kopuaranga is a predominantly rural area.
A major feature of the area is Mauriceville School.