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Hae Hae Te Moana River

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Main source  Southern Alps
Source  Southern Alps
Country  New Zealand
River mouth  Opihi River
Mouth  Opihi River

The Hae Hae Te Moana River is a river in the Canterbury Region of New Zealand. It originates in the Four Peaks Range of the Southern Alps, with a North Branch and South Branch merging to the north of Pleasant Valley. The river runs south-east to join the Waihi River near Winchester. The combined river is called the Temuka River, which flows past Temuka to join the Opihi River shortly before it runs into the Canterbury Bight.

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Hae Hae Te Moana River Wikipedia


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