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Castlecliff South-Mosston-Balgownie-Airport

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The 2017 population forecast for Castlecliff South-Mosston-Balgownie-Airport is 2,602, and is forecast to grow to 2,745 by 2043.

Castlecliff South - Mosston-Balgownie is bounded by the locality of Blueskin and Mosston Road in the north, the suburb of Tawhero and Rogers Street, Heads Road and the suburb of Gonville South in the east the Whanganui River and the locality of Marybank-Gordon Park in the south, and the Tasman Sea, Bamber Street, Polson Street, Manuka Street and the suburb of Castlecliff North and the suburb of Mosston in the west. Castlecliff is named for the southern part of Castlecliff, which is thought to be named for the isolated stacks off the cliffs seen when the first European settlers arrived. Mosston is named after the village of Mosstown in Kent, England.

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