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Arrangement of Sections


1 Short Title .................................................................................................... 7
2 Electoral Boundaries for next general election ....... ........................................... 7



SCHEDULE 1 9

TONGATAPU GENERAL MAP 9

SCHEDULE 2 10

VAVA’U GENERAL MAP 10

SCHEDULE 3 11

TONGATAPU 1 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 11

TONGATAPU 1 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 12

SCHEDULE 4 13

TONGATAPU 2 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 13

TONGATAPU 2 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 14

SCHEDULE 5 15

TONGATAPU 3 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 15

TONGATAPU 3 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 16

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SCHEDULE 6 17

TONGATAPU 4 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 17

TONGATAPU 4 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 18

SCHEDULE 7 18

TONGATAPU 5 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 19

TONGATAPU 5 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 20

SCHEDULE 8 21

TONGATAPU 6 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 21

TONGATAPU 6 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 22

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TONGATAPU 7 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 23

TONGATAPU 7 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 24

SCHEDULE 10 25

TONGATAPU 8 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 25

TONGATAPU 8 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 26

SCHEDULE 11 27

TONGATAPU 9 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 27

TONGATAPU 9 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 28

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TONGATAPU 10 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 29

TONGATAPU 10 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 30

SCHEDULE 13 31

‘EUA 11 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 31

‘EUA 11 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 32

SCHEDULE 14 33

HA’APAI 12 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 33

HA’APAI 12 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 34

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SCHEDULE 15 35

HA’APAI 13 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 35

HA’APAI 13 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 36

SCHEDULE 16 37

VAVA’U 14 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 37

VAVA’U 14 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 38

SCHEDULE 17 39

VAVA’U 15 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 39

VAVA’U 15 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 40

SCHEDULE 18 41

VAVA’U 16 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 41

VAVA’U 16 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 42

SCHEDULE 19 43

ONGO NIUA 17 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY 43

ONGO NIUA 17 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY MAP 44



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ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES REGULATIONS 2010

WHEREAS the Electoral Boundaries Commission Act 2010 which came into
force upon Royal Assent on the 6th day of May 2010 and was published in the
Gazette on the 10th day of May 2010 requires in section 20 that the Electoral
Boundaries Commission make regulations to determine, define and establish
the boundaries of electoral constituencies;

AND WHEREAS the Electoral Boundaries Commission was established by
section 3 of the Electoral Boundaries Commission Act 2010 and is comprised
of those members duly appointed by His Majesty in Council in accordance
with section 4 of the Electoral Boundaries Commission Act 2010;

AND WHEREAS the Electoral Boundaries Commission is required by clause
60 of the Constitution (as amended by the Act of Constitution of Tonga
Amendment Act 2010), the Proviso to section 19(a) of the Electoral
Boundaries Commission Act and by the Proviso to section 20(1) of the
Electoral Boundaries Commission Act to make the regulations based on the
recommendations of the Royal Constituency Boundaries Commission as
approved by the Legislative Assembly;

NOW THEREFORE
The Electoral Boundaries Commission, in exercise of the powers contained in
section 20 of the Electoral Boundaries Commission Act 2010 hereby makes
the following regulations:

1 Short Title

These regulations may be cited as the Electoral Boundaries Regulations 2010.

2 Electoral Boundaries for next general election

For the purposes of the next general election held after these regulations are made,
the boundaries of the 17 electoral constituencies for the election of representatives of
the people shall be as set out in the Schedules to these regulations.

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MADE BY THE ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES COMMISSION



THIS 13th DAY OF MAY 2010.







LORD TEVITA TUPOU

CHAIRMAN OF THE ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES COMMISSION





DR NAILASIKAU HALATUITUIA

MEMBER OF THE ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES COMMISSION





MR. ‘ATA’ATA FINAU

MEMBER OF THE ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES COMMISSION








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SCHEDULE 1

TONGATAPU GENERAL MAP

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SCHEDULE 3

TONGATAPU 1 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
Tongatapu 1 contains many of the settlements of Kolom tu’a (including Sopu-‘o-Taufa’ahau,
‘Isileli, Hala-’o-vave, Tu’akatakilangi, Longolongo, Vaololoa, Tongata’eapa, Kapeta and
Tufuenga). These are all on government estate areason the west of the Greater Nuku’alofa.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All that portion of Tongatapu which is enclosed by the following boundary lines –
Beginning at the junction of Vaha’akolo Rd and Vuna Rd (21° 07’ 49”, 175° 12’ 03”), thence
southwestwardly along the centreline of Vaha’akolo Rd to its junction with the estate boundary
between the estate belonging to Fielakepa and that belonging to the Government (21° 08’ 50”, 175°
12’ 56”), thence northwestwardly and southwestwardly along that same estate boundary to its
junction with Veikalae Rd (21° 08’ 58” , 175° 13’ 29”), thence westwardly along the centreline of
Veikalae Rd to its junction with Taitai Rd (21° 08’ 49”, 175° 13’ 48”), thence northwardly along the
centreline of Taitai Rd to its junction with Hihifo Rd (21° 08’ 14”, 175° 13’ 32”), thence eastwardly
along the centreline of Hihifo Rd to its junction with an unnamed road (21° 08’ 14”, 175° 13’ 25”),
thence northwestwardly along the centreline of the unnamed road to a point defined by the co-
ordinates 21° 08’ 06”, 175° 13’ 30”, thence northwardly along an imaginary line to a point defined
by the co-ordinates 21° 07’ 52”, 175° 13’ 25”, thenc westwardly along an imaginary line to a point
on an unnamed road defined by the co-ordinates 21° 07’ 49”, 175° 13’ 32”, thence northeastwardly
along the centreline of that unnamed road to a point defined by the co-ordinates 21° 07’ 45”, 175°
13’ 27”, thence northwestwardly along an imaginary line to a point on an unnamed road defined by
the co-ordinates 21° 07’ 35”, 175° 13’ 42”, thence southwestwardly along the centreline of that
unnamed road to its junction with another unnamed road (21° 07’ 37”, 175° 13’ 53”), thence
northwestwardly along the centreline of that unnamed road to its junction with another unnamed
road (21° 07’ 28”, 175° 14’ 10”), thence southwardly a ong the centreline of that unnamed road to
its junction with another unnamed road (21° 07’ 45”, 175° 14’ 16”), thence westwardly and
northwestwardly along the centreline of that unnamed road to its junction with another unnamed
road (21° 07’ 09”, 175° 15’ 06”), thence northeastwardly along the centreline of that unnamed road
its junction with another unnamed road (21° 07’ 07”, 175° 15’ 03”), thence northwestwardly along
the centreline of that unnamed road and the imaginary continuation of that centreline to the point
where it meets the Mean High Water Mark on the northern coast of Tongatapu (21° 07’ 03”, 175°
15’ 10”), thence northeastwardly along Mean High Water Mark along the coastline to the point
where it meets the imaginary continuation northward of Vaha’akolo Rd (21° 07’ 53”, 175° 11’ 59”),
thence southwardly to the point of commencement

MAPS
The boundaries of this constituency are shown on the following map and the general map for
Tongatapu in Schedule 1.


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SCHEDULE 4

TONGATAPU 2 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
Tongatapu 2 includes the CBD and the main seat of Government in Tonga, including the Royal
Palace. It contains part of Kolofo’ou, Fanga-’o-Pilolevu, Mailetaha, Haveluloto and the Northern
part of Tofoa/Koloua. All of these areas are Governme t estates except Haveluloto which is an
estate of the noble Fielakepa. The Western boundary around Haveluloto follows the boundary of
this estate. Other boundaries follow major roads through the Kolofo’ou district.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All that portion of Tongatapu which is enclosed by the following boundary lines –
Beginning at the corner of Vaha’akolo Rd and Vuna Rd (21° 07’ 49”, 175° 12’ 03”), thence
southwestwardly along the centreline of Vaha’akolo Rd to its junction with an unnamed road that
marks the boundary between the estate belonging to Fielakepa and that belonging to the
Government (21° 08’ 50”, 175° 12’ 56”), thence follow that estate boundary northwestwardly,
southwestwardly and southeastwardly to its junction with Vaha’akolo Rd (21° 09’ 06”, 175° 13’
21”), thence southwestwardly along the centreline of Vaha’akolo Rd its junction with an unnamed
road immediately south of the Talamahu market (Tofoa) (21° 09’ 20”, 175° 13’ 30”), thence
southeastwardly along the centreline of that unnamed road and along the imaginary continuation of
that centreline to the point where it reaches the coast of Fanga’uta Lagoon (21° 09’ 31”, 175° 13’
12”), thence northeastwardly along the Mean High Water Mark along the coast of Fanga’uta
Lagoon to the point where it meets the imaginary continuation south-westward of the centreline of
Fatafehi Rd (21° 08’ 48”, 175° 12’ 17”), thence northeastwardly along the centreline of Fatafehi Rd
to its junction with Mateialona Rd (21° 08’ 21”, 175° 12’ 03”), thence southeastwardly along the
centreline of Mateialona Rd to its junction with Tupoulahi Rd (21° 08’ 26”, 175° 11’ 51”), thence
northeastwardly along the centreline of Tupoulahi Rd and the imaginary continuation of that
centreline to the point where it meets the Mean High Water Mark (21° 08’ 10”, 175° 11’ 35”),
thence northwestwardly along the Mean High Water Mark along the coast to the point where it
meets the imaginary continuation northward of the centreline of Vaha’akolo Rd (21° 07’ 53”, 175°
11’ 59”), thence southwardly to the point of commenc ment.

MAPS
The boundaries of this constituency are shown on the following map and the general map for
Tongatapu in Schedule 1.

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SCHEDULE 5

TONGATAPU 3 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
Tongatapu 3 contains the majority of Kolofo’ou (including the settlements of ‘Amaile, Pahu, Fasi-
mo e-Afi ‘a Tungi, Ngele’ia, Mataika and Halaleva) nd part of Ma’ufanga. Kolofo’ou is
government estate while Ma’ufanga is a noble estate of the title Fakafanua. The boundary that
divides the estate was drawn along roads for ease of rec gnition.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All that portion of Tongatapu which is enclosed by the following boundary lines –
Beginning at the point where the imaginary continuation northward of the centreline of Tupoulahi
Rd meets the Mean High Water Mark on the coast north of Nuku’alofa (21° 08’ 10”, 175° 11’ 35”),
thence southeastwardly along the Mean High Water Mak to its junction with the imaginary
continuation northward of the centreline of ‘Itafua’atonga St (21° 08’ 23”, 175° 10’ 59”), thence
southwestwardly along the centreline of ‘Itafua’atonga St to its junction with Hekoni St (21° 08’
22”, 175° 11’ 03”), thence eastwardly along the centr line of Hekoni St to its junction with Paku St
(21° 08’ 31”, 175° 11’ 07”), thence southwardly along the centreline of Paku St to its junction with
Ha’amoko St (21° 08’ 47”, 175° 11’ 08”), thence southwestwardly along the centreline of
Ha’amoko St to its junction with ‘Alaivahamama’o By-Pass (21° 09’ 09”, 175° 11’ 17”), thence
eastwardly along the centreline of ‘Alaivahamama’o By-Pass to its junction with ‘Anana St (21° 09’
11”, 175° 11’ 02”), thence southwardly along the centr line of ‘Anana St and the imaginary
continuation of that centreline to the Mean High Water Mark on the coast of Fanga’uta Lagoon (21°
09’ 17”, 175° 11’ 03”), thence northwestwardly along the Mean High Water Mark on the coastline
of the Fanga’uta Lagoon to its junction with the imaginary continuation south-westward of the
centreline of Fatafehi Rd (21° 08’ 48”, 175° 12’ 17”), thence northeastwardly along the centreline
of Fatafehi Rd to its junction with Mateialona Rd (21° 08’ 21”, 175° 12’ 03”), thence
southeastwardly along the centreline of Mateialona Rd to its junction with Tupoulahi Rd (21° 08’
26”, 175° 11’ 51”), thence northeastwardly along the centreline of Tupoulahi Rd to the end and
along the imaginary continuation of that centreline to the point of commencement.

MAPS
The boundaries of this constituency are shown on the following map and the general map for
Tongatapu in Schedule 1.

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SCHEDULE 6

TONGATAPU 4 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
Tongatapu 4 contains most of Ma’ufanga (including Houmakelikao, ‘Umusi and ‘Anana),
Fangaloto, Patangata, Popua, Tukutonga and Nukunukumotu. It also includes the islands of
Pangaimotu, Fafaa and Velitoa Hihifo. Of these areas, only Ma’ufanga is a noble estate: the rest are
government estates.
Tongatapu 4 also includes the uninhabited islands North of Nuku’alofa: Mata’aho, Talakite,
‘Oneata, Manima, Makaha’a, Mounuafe, Velitoa Hahake, ‘Onevai, ‘Onevao, Malinoa, Motutapu,
Fukave, Nuku, ‘Ataa, and Tau.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All of the land area enclosed by the line following the Mean High Water Mark of the following
islands: Nukunukumotu, Pangaimotu, Fafaa, Velitoa Hihifo, Velitoa Hahake, Mata’aho, Talakite,
‘Oneata, Manima, Makaha’a, Mounuafe, ‘Onevai, ‘Onevao, Malinoa, Motutapu, Fukave, Nuku,
‘Ataa, and Tau; and all that portion of Tongatapu which is enclosed by the following boundary lines

Beginning at the point where the imaginary continuation north-eastward of the centreline of
‘Itafua’atonga St meets the Mean High Water Mark on the coast north of Nuku’alofa (21° 08’ 23”,
175° 10’ 59”), thence southwestwardly along the centreli e of ‘Itafua’atonga St to its junction with
Hekoni St (21° 08’ 22”, 175° 11’ 03”), thence eastwardly along the centreline of Hekoni St to its
junction with Paku St (21° 08’ 31”, 175° 11’ 07”), thence southwardly along the centreline of Paku
St to its junction with Ha’amoko St (21° 08’ 47”, 175° 11’ 08”), thence southwestwardly along the
centreline of Ha’amoko St to its junction with ‘Alaiv hamama’o By-Pass (21° 09’ 09”, 175° 11’
17”), thence eastwardly along the centreline of ‘Alaivahamama’o By-Pass to its junction with
‘Anana St (21° 09’ 11”, 175° 11’ 02”), thence southwardly along the centreline of ‘Anana St and
the imaginary continuation of that centreline to the Mean High Water Mark on the coast of
Fanga’uta Lagoon (21° 09’ 17”, 175° 11’ 03”), thenc southeastwardly, northwardly and
westwardly along the Mean High Water Mark around the coast line to the point of commencement.

MAPS
The boundaries of this constituency are shown on the following map (but including also the relevant
islands shown on Schedule 1) and the general map for Tongatapu in Schedule 1.

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SCHEDULE 7

TONGATAPU 5 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
Tongatapu 5 is the Western region of Tongatapu Island nd it includes the village of Ha’atafu,
Neiafu, Kanokupolu, ‘Ahau and Ha’akili, Kolovai, Ha’avakatolo, Fo’ui, Masilamea, Te’ekiu,
Nukunuku, Matafonua, Matahau, Vaotu’u, Ha’utu, Fahef and Kala’au. ‘Atataa Island is also
included in Tongatapu 5 because, like Kolovai, it is an estate of Noble Ata. This constituency also
includes the uninhabited islands of Toketoke, Tufaka, ‘Alakipeau, and Polo’a. In addition the more
distant uninhabited islands of ‘Ata, Telekitonga and Telekitokelau have been included in Tongatapu
5. The Eastern boundary of the constituency follows Vimahi Rd and the boundary between the
estates of Tu’ivakano and Noble Vaea.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All of the land area enclosed by the line following the Mean High Water Mark of the following
islands: ‘Atataa, Toketoke, Tufaka, ‘Alakipeau, Polo’a, ‘Ata, Telekitonga and Telekitokelau; and all
that portion of Tongatapu which is enclosed by the following boundary lines –
Beginning at the point where the imaginary continuation north-eastward of the boundary between
the estates belonging to Tu’ivakano and the Governmnt meets the Mean High Water Mark on the
northern coast of Tongatapu (21° 07’ 39”, 175° 16’ 30”), thence southwestwardly along that estate
boundary to its junction with Hihifo Rd (21° 08’ 00”, 175° 16’ 42”), thence eastwardly along the
centreline of Hihifo Rd to its junction with Vimahi Rd (21° 08’ 00”, 175° 16’ 39”), thence
southwestwardly along the centreline of Vimahi Rd to its junction with Loto Rd (21° 09’ 07”, 175°
17’ 23”), thence westwardly along the centreline of L to Rd to its junction with the boundary
between the estates belonging to Tu’ivakano and Vaea (21° 09’ 01”, 175° 17’ 48”), thence
southwestwardly along that estate boundary and the imaginary continuation of that estate boundary
to the point where it meets the Mean High Water Mark on the south-western coast of Tongatapu
(21° 10’ 11”, 175° 18’ 44”), thence northwestwardly, southwardly and eastwardly along the Mean
High Water Mark around the coastline to the point of commencement.

MAPS
The boundaries of this constituency are shown on the following map (but including also the island
of ‘Atataa as shown on Schedule 1) and the general map for Tongatapu in Schedule 1 (but note that
the islands of ‘Ata, Telekitonga and Telekitokelau are not marked on either map).

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SCHEDULE 8

TONGATAPU 6 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
Tongatapu 6 contains the rest of the Western villages namely, Hofoa, Puke, Sia’atoutai, Fatai,
Lakepa, Houma (including Matangiake and Makapaeo), Ha’akame, Ha’alalo, ‘Utulau and part of
Pea (the settlements, Liahona, Kahoua and Lomaiviti). The boundary through Pea follows the road
and estate boundary behind the Royal Villa.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All that portion of Tongatapu which is enclosed by the following boundary lines –
Beginning at the point where the imaginary continuation north-eastward of the boundary between the
estate belonging to Tu’ivakano and that belonging to the Government meets the Mean High Water Mark
on the northern coast of Tongatapu (21° 07’ 39”, 175° 16’ 30”), thence southwestwardly along that estat
boundary to its junction with Hihifo Rd (21° 08’ 00”, 175° 16’ 42”), thence eastwardly along the
centreline of Hihifo Rd to its junction with Vimahi Rd (21° 08’ 00”, 175° 16’ 39”), thence
southwestwardly along the centreline of Vimahi Rd to its junction with Loto Rd (21° 09’ 07”, 175° 17’
23”), thence westwardly along the centreline of Loto Rd to its junction with the boundary between the
estates belonging to Tu’ivakano and Vaea (21° 09’ 01”, 175° 17’ 48”), thence southwestwardly along
that estate boundary and the imaginary continuation of that estate boundary to the point where it meets
the Mean High Water Mark on the south-western coast f Tongatapu (21° 10’ 11”, 175° 18’ 44”), thence
southeastwardly along the Mean High Water Mark to the point where it meets the imaginary continuation
southwestward of the boundary between the estates belonging to Tu’iha’ateiho and the Government (21°
12’ 00”, 175° 15’ 02”), thence northeastwardly along that estate boundary along Taufaeteau Rd to the
corner of that estate (21° 11’ 17”, 175° 14’ 40”), thence northwestwardly along that same estate
boundary to its junction with the boundary of the estate belonging to Government (21° 11’ 04”, 175° 15’
10”), thence southwestwardly along that estate boundary to its junction with the boundary between the
estates belonging to Ma’afu and Tupouto’a (21° 11’ 0”, 175° 15’ 14”), thence northeastwardly and
northwestwardly along that estate boundary to its junction with Loto Rd (21° 10’ 07”, 175° 15’ 36”),
thence southwestwardly along the centreline of Loto Rd to its junction with the boundary of the estate
belonging to the Royal Family (21° 10’ 18”, 175° 15’ 2”), thence northeastwardly along that estate
boundary to its junction with the boundary between the estates of Lavaka and the Government (21° 09’
27”, 175° 14’ 33”), thence northwestwardly along that estate boundary to its junction with Heumolafo Rd
(21° 09’ 09”, 175° 14’ 57”), thence northwardly along the centreline of Heumolafo Rd to its junction
with Matapule Rd (21° 08’ 30”, 175° 14’ 40”), thence eastwardly along the centreline of Matapule Rd
and continue eastwardly along the centrelines of Ha’ahio Rd and Misileva Rd to the junction of Misileva
Rd, Veikalae Rd and Taitai Rd (21° 08’ 49”, 175° 13’ 48”), thence northwardly along the centreline of
Taitai Rd to its junction with Hihifo Rd (21° 08’ 14”, 175° 13’ 32”), thence eastwardly along the
centreline of Hihifo Rd to its junction with an unnamed road (21° 08’ 14”, 175° 13’ 25”), thence
northwestwardly along the centreline of the unnamed roa to a point defined by the co-ordinates 21° 08’
06”, 175° 13’ 30”, thence northwardly along an imagin ry line to a point defined by the co-ordinates 21°
07’ 52”, 175° 13’ 25”, thence westwardly along an imaginary line to a point on an unnamed road defined
by the co-ordinates 21° 07’ 49”, 175° 13’ 32”, thenc northeastwardly along the centreline of that
unnamed road to a point defined by the co-ordinates 21° 07’ 45”, 175° 13’ 27”, thence northwestwardly
along an imaginary line to a point on an unnamed roa defined by the co-ordinates 21° 07’ 35”, 175° 13’
42”, thence southwestwardly along the centreline of that unnamed road to its junction with another
unnamed road (21° 07’ 37”, 175° 13’ 53”), thence northwestwardly along the centreline of that unnamed
road to its junction with another unnamed road (21°07’ 28”, 175° 14’ 10”), thence southwardly along the
centreline of that unnamed road to its junction with another unnamed road (21° 07’ 45”, 175° 14’ 16”),
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another unnamed road (21° 07’ 09”, 175° 15’ 06”), thence northeastwardly along the centreline of that
unnamed road its junction with another unnamed road (21° 07’ 07”, 175° 15’ 03”), thence
northwestwardly along the centreline of that unnamed road and the imaginary continuation of that
centreline to the point where it meets the Mean High Water Mark on the northern coast of Tongatapu
(21° 07’ 03”, 175° 15’ 10”), thence southwestwardly a ong the Mean High Water Mark to the point of
commencement.
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The boundaries of this constituency are shown on the following map and the general map for
Tongatapu in Schedule 1.

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TONGATAPU 7 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
Tongatapu 7 is in the central part of Tongatapu Island. It includes the main Pea village, part of
Tofoa/Koloua, Tokomololo, Ha’ateiho and Lotoha’apai. All are noble estates except Tofoa/Koloua
which is government estate. The Eastern boundary follows the estate boundary road between the
Government estate on the East and the estate of Tu’iha’ateiho on the West.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All that portion of Tongatapu which is enclosed by the following boundary lines –
Beginning at the point where the imaginary continuation south-eastward of the centreline of an
unnamed road immediately south of the Talamahu market (Tofoa) meets the Mean High Water
Mark on the coast of Fanga’uta Lagoon (21° 09’ 31”, 175° 13’ 12”), thence southwardly along the
Mean High Water Mark along the coastline of Fanga’uta Lagoon to the point where it meets the
imaginary continuation northward of the boundary between the estates of Tu’iha’ateiho and the
Government (21° 10’ 52”, 175° 12’ 49”), thence southwardly along that estate boundary to its
junction with Taufa’ahau Rd (21° 11’ 03”, 175° 12’ 55”), thence eastwardly along the centreline of
Taufa’ahau Rd to its junction with Vaha’atofi’a Rd (21° 11’ 04”, 175° 12’ 53”), thence
southwestwardly along the centreline of Vaha’atofi’a Rd and the imaginary continuation of that
centreline to the point where it meets the Mean High Water Mark on the southern coast of
Tongatapu (21° 12’ 41”, 175° 13’ 35”), thence northwestwardly along the Mean High Water Mark
to the point where it meets the imaginary continuation south-westward of the boundary between the
estates belonging to Tu’iha’ateiho and the Government (21° 12’ 00”, 175° 15’ 02”), thence
northeastwardly along that estate boundary along Taufaeteau Rd to the corner of that estate (21° 11’
17”, 175° 14’ 40”), thence northwestwardly along that same estate boundary to its junction with the
boundary of the estate belonging to Government (21° 1 ’ 04”, 175° 15’ 10”), thence
southwestwardly along that estate boundary to its junction with the boundary between the estates
belonging to Ma’afu and Tupouto’a (21° 11’ 10”, 175° 15’ 14”), thence northeastwardly and
northwestwardly along that estate boundary to its junction with Loto Rd (21° 10’ 07”, 175° 15’
36”), thence southwestwardly along the centreline of Loto Rd to its junction with the boundary of
the estate belonging to the Royal Family (21° 10’ 18”, 75° 15’ 12”), thence northeastwardly along
that estate boundary to its junction with the boundary between the estates of Lavaka and the
Government (21° 09’ 27”, 175° 14’ 33”), thence northwestwardly along that estate boundary to its
junction with Heumolafo Rd (21° 09’ 09”, 175° 14’ 57”), thence northwardly along the centreline of
Heumolafo Rd to its junction with Matapule Rd (21° 08’ 30”, 175° 14’ 40”), thence eastwardly
along the centreline of Matapule Rd and continue eastwardly along the centrelines of Ha’ahio Rd
and Misileva Rd to the junction of Misileva Rd, Veikalae Rd and Taitai Rd (21° 08’ 49”, 175° 13’
48”), thence eastwardly along the centreline of Veikalae Rd to its junction with the boundary
between the estates belonging to Fielakepa and the Gov rnment (21° 08’ 58”, 175° 13’ 32”), thence
southeastwardly along that estate boundary to its junction with Vaha’akolo Rd (21° 09’ 06”, 175°
13’ 21”), thence southwestwardly along the centreline of Vaha’akolo Rd its junction with an
unnamed road immediately south of the Talamahu market (Tofoa) (21° 09’ 20”, 175° 13’ 30”),
thence southeastwardly along the centreline of thatunnamed road and along the imaginary
continuation of that road to the commencement point.

MAPS
The boundaries of this constituency are shown on the following map and the general map for
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SCHEDULE 10

TONGATAPU 8 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
Tongatapu 8 contains most of the central area of Tongatapu Island and includes the villages of Malapo,
Vaini, Longoteme, Folaha, Nukuhetulu, Kauvai and Veitongo. All are noble estate except Nukuhetulu and
Veitongo which are government estates. This constituency also includes the uninhabited islands of
Ngofonua, Mo’ungatapu and Kanatea. Kanatea Island hs been placed in this constituency as it, along with
Longoteme on the mainland, is part of Noble Veikune’s estate.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All of the land area enclosed by the line following the Mean High Water Mark of the islands of Ngofonua,
Mo’ungatapu and Kanatea; and all that portion of Tongatapu which is enclosed by the following boundary
lines –
Beginning at the point where the Mean High Water Mak on the coast of Fanga’uta Lagoon meets the
imaginary continuation northward of the boundary betwe n the estates belonging to Tu’iha’ateiho and the
Government (21° 10’ 52”, 175° 12’ 49”), thence southwardly along that estate boundary to its junction with
Taufa’ahau Rd (21° 11’ 03”, 175° 12’ 55”), thence eastwardly along the centreline of Taufa’ahau Rd to its
junction with Vaha’atofi’a Rd (21° 11’ 04”, 175° 12’ 53”), thence southwestwardly along the centreline of
Vaha’atofi’a Rd and the imaginary continuation of that centreline to the point where it meets the Mean High
Water Mark on the southern coast of Tongatapu (21° 1 ’ 41”, 175° 13’ 35”), thence southeastwardly along
the Mean High Water Mark to the point where it meets the imaginary continuation southwestward of the
centreline of an unnamed road (21° 15’ 22”, 175° 10’ 22”), thence northeastwardly along that centreline to
its junction with Liku Rd (21° 14’ 54”, 175° 10’ 04”), thence northwestwardly along the centreline of Liku
Rd to its junction with an unnamed road (21° 14’ 45”, 175° 10’ 25”), thence northeastwardly along the
centreline of that unnamed road to its junction with another unnamed road (21° 14’ 31”, 175° 10’ 16”),
thence northwestwardly along the centreline of thatunnamed road to its junction with another unnamed
road (21° 14’ 31”, 175° 10’ 16”), thence northeastwardly along the centreline of that unnamed road to its
junction with another unnamed road (21° 14’ 19”, 175° 10’ 08”), thence northwestwardly along the
centreline of that unnamed road to its junction with another unnamed road (21° 14’ 18”, 175° 10’ 11”),
thence northeastwardly along the centreline of that unnamed road to its junction with the unnamed roadth t
marks the boundary between the estates belonging to Ma’afu and Tungi (21° 14’ 12”, 175° 10’ 05”), thence
northwestwardly along the centreline of that unnamed road to its junction with Vaha’atofia Rd marking the
boundary between the estates belonging to Kalaniuvalu and Ma’afu (21° 14’ 07”, 175° 10’ 11”), thence
northeastwardly along that estate boundary to its junction with an unnamed road marking the boundary
between the estates belonging to Kalaniuvalu and Luani (21° 12’ 39”, 175° 09’ 42”), thence eastwardly,
northeastwardly, southeastwardly and northwardly along that estate boundary to its junction with the
boundary between the estates belonging to Kalaniuvalu and Tu’ipelehake (21° 12’ 43”, 175° 08’ 50”),
thence northwardly along that estate boundary to its junction with Tuku’aho Rd (21° 12’ 32”, 175° 08’ 53”),
thence northwestwardly along Tuku’aho Rd to its junctio with the boundary between the estates belonging
to Luani and the Government (21° 12’ 33”, 175° 08’ 52”), thence northwestwardly along that estate
boundary and the imaginary continuation of that estat boundary to the point where it meets the Mean High
Water Mark on the coast of Fanga’uta Lagoon (21° 11’ 52”, 175° 09’ 05”), thence westwardly along the
Mean High Water Mark along the coast of Fanga’uta Lagoon to the point of commencement.

MAPS
The boundaries of this constituency are shown on the following map (but including also the islands of
Ngofonua, Mo’ungatapu and Kanatea as shown on Schedule 1) and the general map for Tongatapu in
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SCHEDULE 11

TONGATAPU 9 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
Tongatapu 9 is on the south-eastern part of Tongatapu Island. It includes the villages of
Tatakamotonga, ‘Alakifonua, Holonga, Pelehake, Toloa, Fua’amotu (including the international
airport), Nakolo, Ha’asini, Hamula, Lavengatonga, Ftumu and Haveluliku.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All that portion of Tongatapu which is enclosed by the following boundary lines –
Beginning at the point where the Mean High Water Mark on the coast of Fanga’uta Lagoon meets
the imaginary line continuing the boundary between the estates belonging to Luani and the
Government (21° 11’ 52”, 175° 09’ 05”), thence eastwardly along the Mean High Water Mark the
point where it meets the imaginary continuation northwestward of the boundary between the estates
belonging to Tungi and Kalaniuvalu (21° 10’ 48”, 175° 07’ 15”), thence southeastwardly along that
estate boundary and the imaginary continuation of that boundary to the point where it meets the
Mean High Water Mark on the east coast of Tongatapu Island (21° 12’ 16”, 175° 05’ 47”), thence
southwestwardly along the Mean High Water Mark to the point where it meets the imaginary
continuation southwestward of the centreline of an un amed road (21° 15’ 22”, 175° 10’ 22”),
thence northeastwardly along that centreline to its junction with Liku Rd (21° 14’ 54”, 175° 10’
04”), thence northwestwardly along the centreline of Liku Rd to its junction with an unnamed road
(21° 14’ 45”, 175° 10’ 25”), thence northeastwardly a ong the centreline of that unnamed road to its
junction with another unnamed road (21° 14’ 31”, 175° 10’ 16”), thence northwestwardly along the
centreline of that unnamed road to its junction with another unnamed road (21° 14’ 31”, 175° 10’
16”), thence northeastwardly along the centreline of that unnamed road to its junction with another
unnamed road (21° 14’ 19”, 175° 10’ 08”), thence northwestwardly along the centreline of that
unnamed road to its junction with another unnamed road (21° 14’ 18”, 175° 10’ 11”), thence
northeastwardly along the centreline of that unnamed road to its junction with the unnamed road
that marks the boundary between the estates belonging to Ma’afu and Tungi (21° 14’ 12”, 175° 10’
05”), thence northwestwardly along the centreline of that unnamed road to its junction with
Vaha’atofia Rd marking the boundary between the estat belonging to Kalaniuvalu and Ma’afu
(21° 14’ 07”, 175° 10’ 11”), thence northeastwardly a ong that estate boundary to its junction with
an unnamed road marking the boundary between the estates belonging to Kalaniuvalu and Luani
(21° 12’ 39”, 175° 09’ 42”), thence eastwardly, northeastwardly, southeastwardly and northwardly
along that estate boundary to its junction with theboundary between the estates belonging to
Kalaniuvalu and Tu’ipelehake (21° 12’ 43”, 175° 08’ 50”), thence northwardly along that estate
boundary to its junction with Tuku’aho Rd (21° 12’ 32”, 175° 08’ 53”), thence northwestwardly
along Tuku’aho Rd to its junction with the boundary between the estates belonging to Luani and the
Government (21° 12’ 33”, 175° 08’ 52”), thence northwestwardly along that estate boundary and
the imaginary continuation of that estate boundary to the point where it meets the Mean High Water
Mark on the coast of Fanga’uta Lagoon (21° 11’ 52”, 175° 09’ 05”), thence northeastwardly along
the Mean High Water Mark along the coast of Fanga’uta Lagoon to the point of commencement.

MAPS
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SCHEDULE 12

TONGATAPU 10 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY


GENERALLY
Tongatapu 10 is identical to the existing Lapaha District under the District and Town Officers Act.
This includes the villages of Lapaha, Talasiu, Hoi, Nukuleka, Makaunga, Talafo’ou, Navutoka,
Manuka, Kolonga, Afa, Niutoua and the island of ‘Euaiki. The uninhabited island of Mounu is also
included.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All of the land area enclosed by the line following the Mean High Water Mark of the islands of
‘Euaiki and Mounu; and all that portion of Tongatapu which is enclosed by the following boundary
lines –
Beginning at the point where the imaginary continuation northeastward of the boundary between the
estates belonging to Tungi and Kalaniuvalu meets the Mean High Water Mark on the coast of
Fanga’uta Lagoon (21° 10’ 48”, 175° 07’ 15”), thenc southeastwardly along that estate boundary
and the imaginary continuation of that estate boundary to the point where it meets the Mean High
Water Mark on the east coast of Tongatapu Island (21° 12’ 16”, 175° 05’ 47”), thence
northeastwardly along the Mean High Water Mark around the coastline to the point of
commencement.

MAPS
The boundaries of this constituency are shown on the following map (but including also the island
of ‘Euaiki as shown on Schedule 1)and the general map for Tongatapu in Schedule 1.

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SCHEDULE 13

‘EUA 11 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
‘Eua 11 includes ‘Eua Island, as well as the uninhabited island of Kalau.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All of the land area enclosed by the line following the Mean High Water Mark of the islands of ‘Eua
and Kalau.

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SCHEDULE 14

HA’APAI 12 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
Ha’apai 12 is a combination of the existing Lifuka and ‘Uiha Districts. It includes the islands of
Lifuka (including Pangai, Hihifo, Ha’ato’u, Navea, Holopeka and Koulo villages), ‘Uiha (including
‘Uiha and Felemea villages) and Lofanga. Also included are the uninhabited islands of Uoleva,
Hakauata, Luangahu and Tatafa.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All of the land area enclosed by the line following the Mean High Water Mark of the following
islands: Lifuka, ‘Uiha, Lofanga, Uoleva, Hakauata, Luangahu and Tatafa.

MAPS
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SCHEDULE 15

HA’APAI 13 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
Ha’apai 13 contains the rest of Ha’apai. It is a combination of the existing districts of ‘Otu
mu’omu’a, Lulunga, Ha’ano and Foa.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All of the land area enclosed by the line following the Mean High Water Mark of all of the islands
of the Ha’apai Group excluding those islands that form part of the Ha’apai 12 constituency.

MAPS
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SCHEDULE 16

VAVA’U 14 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
Vava’u 14 contains the Western part of the main island and the smaller outer islands. It is a
combination of the existing Pangaimotu District, the Motu District and the Hihifo District. The
Pangaimotu District includes the islands of Pangaimotu (including the villages of Pangaimotu,
‘Utulei, and Nga’unoho) and ‘Utungake. The Motu District includes the islands of Lape, Kapa
(including the villages of Falevai, ‘Otea, Vakataumau and Kapa), Taunga, ‘Euakafa, ‘Eueiki,
Hunga, Ovaka, and Nuapapu (including the villages of Nuapapu and Matamaka). The Hihifo
District is on the main Vava’u island and includes the villages of Tu’anuku, Longomapu, Tefisi,
Vaimalo and Taoa.
The boundary on the Vava’u Island follows the estate boundaries of Luani, Fotu and Tu’ipelehake.
Vava’u 14 also includes islands of Okoa, Ofu and Olo’ua (from the Neiafu District) and Koloa and
Holeva (from the Ha’alaufuli District).
Also included in this constituency are the uninhabited islands of Maninita, Taula, Lualoli,
Lua’atofua’a, Luatafito, Fangasito, Fonua’one’one, Lua’afuleheu, Kahifehifa, Luahiapo, Mu’omu’a,
Fatumanga, Lua’ui, Ngau, Ta’uta, Lekeleka, Fonua’unga, Totokamaka, Totokafonua, Ovalau,
Mounu, Kafafanga, Sisia, Fonualai, Langito’o, Lua’of , Foeata, Foelifuka, Fofoa, Kalau, Vaka’eitu,
Tangatasito, Kulo, Alinonga, ‘Oto, ‘A’a, Nuku, Luakpa, Luamoko, Tu’ungasika, Luafatu, Kitu,
Fafine, Nukutahanga, Lautala, Tu’anukulau, Tapana, Afo, Mala, Lotuma, Kolo’uta, Kolotahi,
Fua’amotu, Late, Lateiki, Tefito, Katofanga, Matato, Noapule, Fonualei, Toku, Tulie, Kiato,
Tue’ia, Nuku, Fai’oa, Mafana, Kenutu, Lolo and ‘Umuna.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All of the land area enclosed by the line following the Mean High Water Mark of all of the Islands
of the Vava’u Group, excluding Vava’u Island and those islands that form part of the Vava’u 16
constituency; and all that portion of Vava’u Island which is enclosed by the following boundary
lines –
Beginning at the point where the imaginary continuation westward of the boundary between the
estates belonging to Luani and Fotu meets the Mean High Water Mark on the western coast of
Vava’u Island (18° 35’ 59”, 174° 00’ 35”), thence eastwardly and southeastwardly along that estate
boundary to its junction with the boundary of the estate belonging to Tu’ipelehake (18° 36’ 06”,
174° 00’ 12”), thence southeastwardly along the boundary between the estates belonging to
Tu’ipelehake and Luani and along the imaginary continuation of that boundary to the point where it
meets the Mean High Water Mark on the coast (18° 36’ 21”, 173° 59’ 53”), thence southwestwardly
along the Mean High Water Mark around the coast of Vava’u Island to the point of commencement.

MAPS
The boundaries of this constituency are shown on the following map (but including also the relevant
islands shown on Schedule 2) and the general map for Vava’u in Schedule 2 (but including also the
islands of Fonualei and Toku that are not shown on either map).

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SCHEDULE 17

VAVA’U 15 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
Vava’u 15 contains the mainland part of the Neiafu District. The constituency includes Neiafu,
Fungamisi, Falaleu, Makave, Toula and ‘Utui. The boundary to the North follows the boundary
between the Government estate and the estate of Tuiha’ateiho at the East, and then follows a road
across the Government estate to the West.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All that portion of Vava’u Island which is enclosed by the following boundary lines –
Beginning at the point where the imaginary continuation westward of the boundary between the
estates belonging to Tu’iha’ateiho and the Government meets the Mean High Water Mark on the
coast north of Neiafu (18° 27’ 15”, 173° 58’ 37”), thence eastwardly, northeastwardly,
southeastwardly, northwardly and southeastwardly along that estate boundary to its junction with an
unnamed road (18° 37’ 18”, 173° 57’ 53”) thence continue southeastwardly along the centreline of
that unnamed road and the imaginary continuation of that unnamed road to the point where it meets
the Mean High Water Mark on the east coast of Vava’u Island, thence southwardly along the Mean
High Water Mark around the coast of Vava’u Island, around Neiafu to the point of commencement.

MAPS
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SCHEDULE 18

VAVA’U 16 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY

GENERALLY
Vava’u 16 is located on the Northern part of the Vava’u island, and contains the existing Leimatu’a
District and the mainland part of the Ha’alaufuli District. It includes Ha’alaufuli, Ta’anea, Ha’akio,
Houma, Mangia, Mataika, Feletoa, Leimatu’a, Tu’anekivale and Holonga. It also includes the
uninhabited islands of Matu’anua, Motu Lekaleka and Pousini. Vava’u 16 is where the main local
airport is located.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All of the land area enclosed by the line following the Mean High Water Mark of the islands of
Matu’anua, Motu Lekaleka and Pousini; and all that portion of Vava’u Island which is enclosed by
the following boundary lines –
Beginning at the point where the imaginary continuation westward of the boundary between the
estates belonging to Luani and Fotu meets the Mean High Water Mark on the western coast of
Vava’u Island (18° 35’ 59”, 174° 00’ 35”), thence eastwardly and southeastwardly along that estate
boundary to its junction with the boundary of the estate belonging to Tu’ipelehake (18° 36’ 06”,
174° 00’ 12”), thence southeastwardly along the boundary between the estates belonging to
Tu’ipelehake and Luani and along the imaginary continuation of that boundary to the point where it
meets the Mean High Water Mark on the coast (18° 36’ 21”, 173° 59’ 53”), thence northwestwardly
along the Mean High Water Mark around the coast of Vava’u Island to the point where the
imaginary continuation westward of the boundary betwe n the estates belonging to Tu’iha’ateiho
and the Government meets the Mean High Water Mark on the coast north of Neiafu (18° 27’ 15”,
173° 58’ 37”), thence eastwardly, northeastwardly, southeastwardly, northwardly and
southeastwardly along that estate boundary to its junction with an unnamed road (18° 37’ 18”, 173°
57’ 53”) thence continue southeastwardly along the centreline of that unnamed road and the
imaginary continuation of that unnamed road to the point where it meets the Mean High Water
Mark on the east coast of Vava’u Island, thence northwardly along the Mean High Water Mark
around the eastern, northern and western coast of Vava’u Island to the point of commencement.

MAPS
The boundaries of this constituency are shown on the following map (but including also the relevant
islands shown on Schedule 2) and the general map for Vava’u in Schedule 2 (but including also the
islands of Matu’anua and Motu Lekaleka that are not sh wn on either map).

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SCHEDULE 19

ONGO NIUA 17 ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCY


GENERALLY
Ongo Niua 17 contains the entire Niua Group (Niuafo’ou Is, Niuatoputapu Is and Tafahi Is). The
uninhabited islands include Motulahi, Motusi’i and Motumolemole, located in the Niuafo’ou lake
known as Vailahi, as well as Hunganga and Hakautu’utu’u in Niuatoputapa.

PRECISE BOUNDARIES
All of the land area enclosed by the line following the Mean High Water Mark of all of the islands
of Ongo Niua.

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