Nadi Town Council

 

CEO: Peter Dinning

Nadi Township was established in 1947. Around that time, the Government of Fiji established its own “Government Station” on the higher grounds of Nadi.

It is said that a couple of business set up their business around the “Government Station” to service the Government Station. The other business organisation from other parts of Fiji also followed the suit. It is reported that there was a very strong move by some concerned citizens of Nadi to move the town center to Martintar because of the existing center being so prone to flooding. This did not materialise because the move to shift the town center to Martintar came in too late as the Nadi Township had already developed string roots in the existing location.

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