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Hātea River

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Main source  Whangarei District
Source  Whangarei District
Country  New Zealand
River mouth  Whangarei Harbour
Mouth  Whangarei Harbour
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The Hātea River is a river of New Zealand. It flows from the north-east of Whangarei southwards and into the northern head of Whangarei Harbour. Its lower length forms the eastern boundary of the city. The banks along the lower reaches are parks and bushland with a series of metalled walks suitable for all weathers.

Map of Hatea River, New Zealand

At Whangarei Falls near Tikipunga, the Hātea River drops 26 metres (85 ft) over a basalt lava flow. The falls, originally known as Otuihau, have been a picnic spot since at least the 1890s.

The spelling of the river's name was amended from Hatea to Hātea by the New Zealand Geographic Board in 2007.

References

Hātea River Wikipedia


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