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Greytown

Greytown is a popular weekend and holiday destination in the Wellington region. The town was established in 1854 under the Small Farms Association Settlement Scheme and was named after Governor Sir George Grey, who arranged for the land to be bought from local Maori. It became a Borough in 1878 and a ward of the South Wairarapa District Council in 1989.

Geographical Coordinates:
Latitude: -41.07, Longitude: 175.45

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