idc-logo
svg rectangle color
Kāpiti Coast DistrictPopulation forecast

Otaki Forks-Kaitawa-Te Horo

About the forecast areas

The 2020 population forecast for Otaki Forks-Kaitawa-Te Horo is 4,015, and is forecast to grow to 4,755 by 2043.

Otaki Forks – Kaitawa – Te Horo is bounded by the Horowhenua District and Tararua Forest Park in the north, the Tararua Forest and Akatawa Forest to the east, State Highway 1 and Porirua City to the south and the Tasman Sea to the west. The place name Ōtaki is derived from Te Takitaki o Hau (the place where Hau placed his staff in the ground and intoned a ritual). Kaitawa is named from the Māori words 'kai' meaning 'food' and 'tawa' meaning 'tree'. Te Horo was named after the Otaraua Chief, Hau Te Horo.

DISCLAIMER: While all due care has been taken to ensure that the content of this website is accurate and current, there may be errors or omissions in it and no legal responsibility is accepted for the information and opinions in this website.

Please view our Privacy Policy, Terms of use and Legal notices.

ABS Data and the copyright in the ABS Data remains the property of the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The copyright in the way .id has modified, transformed or reconfigured the ABS Data as published on this website remains the property of .id. ABS Data can be accessed from the Australian Bureau of Statistics at www.abs.gov.au. ABS data can be used under license - terms published on ABS website. intermediary.management@abs.gov.au if you have any queries or wish to distribute any ABS data.