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Category:Duntroon, New Zealand

English: The 2001 census recorded Duntroon as having a population of 120, consisting of 69 females and 51 males, an increase of 3 people or 2.6% since the 1996 census. By the 2006 census the population had declined to 114. The town was named by Scottish settler and farmer Robert Campbell. Economic activity has been mainly agricultural for much of the town's history, focusing primarily on sheep farming and the growth of crops such as wheat and barley. (→Duntroon, New Zealand)
Nederlands: Duntroon is een klein boerendorp in de regio Otago op het zuidereiland van Nieuw-Zeeland. Het ligt iets ten noorden van Oamaru in het Waitaki District. Vlakbij Duntroon zijn kliffen van kalksteen. (→Duntroon)

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