Central Oahu Homes

Central Oahu is the heart of the island. Between all points, all coastlines and all mountain ranges sits the suburban communities of Wahiawa and Mililani. Formerly plantation land owned by Castle and Cooke, Mililani was a focal point in real estate development during the late sixties. Likewise, Wahiawa, which translates to "place of noise", was and still is the focal point for all surfers on their way to the North Shore. With very distinctive characteristics, landscape and prime positioning, Central Oahu sits in the center of paradise where all roads lead to something unforgettable.

Central Oahu Schools

  • Hanalani Schools.
  • Kipapa Elementary School.
  • Mililani High School.
  • Mililani Mauka Elementary School.
  • Mililani Middle School.
  • Mililani-uka Elementary School.
  • Mililani-waena Elementary School.
  • St. Joseph's Mililani Montessori.
  • Hale Kula Elementary.
  • Helemano Elementary School.
  • Ho Ala School.
  • Iliahi Elementary School.
  • Kaala Elementary School.
  • Leeward Adventist Mission School.
  • Leilehua High School.
  • Maranatha Christian Church and Academy.
  • Our Lady Of Sorrows Elementary School.
  • Solomon Elementary School.

Central Oahu Restaurants

  • Assagio
  • Catch of the Day Sushi
  • Chilis
  • Hong Kong Kitchen
  • Kelly Foods
  • Maile Seafood Chinese Restaurant
  • Makino Chaya
  • Maui Tacos
  • Mikes BBQ
  • Sandy's Cafe
  • Sizzler
  • Maui Mike's Fire-Roasted Chicken
  • El Palenque
  • Dong Yang Inn
  • Molly's Smoke House
  • Merlina's Kitchen Dots in Wahiawa JP Spaghetti.

Central Oahu Ways To Spend a Day

  • Enjoy shopping and dinning at Mililani Town Center.
  • Drive through rolling hills full of pineapple, coffee and other various vegetation.
  • Take a stroll in lovely community parks.
  • Spend the day at historical Haleiwa town for shopping, surf, shaved ice and more.

Central Oahu Subdivisions

  • Whitmore Village
  • Wahiawa Area
  • Wilikina
  • Botanical Garden
  • Wahiawa Heights
  • Mililani Area
  • Mililani
  • Mauka


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