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Waianae is 22 miles west of Honolulu with a population of approximately 13,320 people. The area was at one time home to a large sugar plantation and today many families live in Waianae. The workforce of the area is a mix of white collar and blue collar, and while the town is ethnically diverse, an overwhelming majority is native Hawaiian. A coastal town, Waianae has a number of white sand beaches and beautiful, clean blue water which is excellent for surfing and body surfing.
Attractions in Waianae include the Waianae Mall Shopping Center, Waianae Kai Military Reservation Beach, Waianae Regional Park, and Pililaau Community Park. Pililaau Community Park is a mecca for athletic activity in Waianae and well used by the area youth for everything from track and field events to baseball games and everything in between.
A unique highlight in Waianae is the “Iz” statue located at the Waianae Neighborhood Community Center. The statue is a tribute to the late Hawaiian singer Israel Kamakawiwo’ole, affectionately known as “Bruddah Iz”.
The top schools in Waianae are Ka Waihona o Ka Na’auao Public Charter School, Nanakuli Elementary School and Waianae High School. There are a total of 16 preschools, 11 elementary schools, 6 middle schools and 3 high schools in Waianae. The large number of schools in Waianae is indicative of the large number of families in the area and the fact that it is much more of a local community than a vacation home community.
The coastal town of Waianae is an area in the county of Honolulu that is largely local. Made up of working couples, families and individuals, this coastal town is an area where people live, work and enjoy their surroundings.
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