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Mangatangi River

The Mangatangi River, or Mangatangi Stream, originates on the eastern slopes of the Hunua Ranges in New Zealand and flows roughly southwards until it is joined by the Ruaotehuia Stream just north of State Highway 2 between Mangatawhiri and Marama ...

                                               

Meola Creek

Meola Creek is a waterway in Auckland, New Zealand. It is situated in Integrated Catchment Area #1 within Auckland Citys drainage network. The catchment consists largely of a natural valley that runs down from the north-east slopes of Mt Albert, ...

                                               

Mokihinui River

The Mōkihinui River is a river located on the West Coast of New Zealands South Island, about 40 kilometres north of Westport. Meridian Energy had proposed the Mokihinui Hydro project on the river in 2007 but it was cancelled in May 2012. In 2019, ...

                                               

Motueka River

The Motueka River is located in the north of the South Island of New Zealand and is a popular tourist destination for watersports and fishing. The Motueka flows 116 kilometres from the mountains 40 km west of the city of Nelson in the southeast o ...

                                               

Oakley Creek

Oakley Creek is a creek in Auckland, New Zealand. While heavily human-modified, it has a number of important ecological features, such as having the former Auckland Citys only natural waterfall. The least modified regions, with mostly natural cha ...

                                               

Oparara River

The Ōpārara River is a river in the West Coast region of New Zealands South Island. It is best known for the limestone arches it carved in the Oparara Basin. The river and most of its tributaries originate in the Fenian Ranges in the Kahurangi Na ...

                                               

Opotoru River

The Opotoru River is a river of the Waikato Region of New Zealands North Island. It flows north, reaching the Raglan Harbour southwest of the town of Raglan. There is no regular monitoring of pollution, but 38 kilometres of the river has been fen ...

                                               

Pakoka River

The Pakoka River is a river of the Waikato Region of New Zealands North Island. It flows southwest from its source southeast of Raglan to reach the northeastern end of the Aotea Harbour. The catchment is made up of just over 86 kilometres of wate ...

                                               

Piako River

The Piako River is a lowland river system that drains into the Firth of Thames on the North Island of New Zealand. Together with the Waihou River, it is one of the two main rivers systems which drains the Hauraki Plains. It is the dominant river ...

                                               

Puniu River

The Puniu River is a river of the Waikato Region of New Zealands North Island. As a tributary of the Waipa River, and at a length of 57 kilometres, it is one of the longest secondary tributaries in New Zealand. The Puniu flows initially north fro ...

                                               

Rangitata River

The Rangitata River is one of the braided rivers that helped form the Canterbury Plains in southern New Zealand. It flows southeast for 120 kilometres from the Southern Alps, entering the Pacific Ocean 30 kilometres northeast of Timaru. The river ...

                                               

Retaruke River

The Retaruke River is a river in the North Island of New Zealand. It joins with the Whanganui River just above Wades Landing and downstream from Taumarunui. The river flows through the farming communities of Upper and then Lower Retaruke Valley. ...

                                               

Selwyn River / Waikirikiri

The river has its source in the Southern Alps and flows east for 80 kilometres 50 mi before emptying into Lake Ellesmere / Te Waihora, south of Banks Peninsula. Terrace cliffs above the rivers upper reaches gave the town of Whitecliffs its name. ...

                                               

Taieri River

The Taieri River is the fourth-longest river in New Zealand and is in Otago in the South Island. Rising in the Lammerlaw Range, it initially flows north, then east around the Rock and Pillar range before turning southeast, reaching the sea 30 kil ...

                                               

Tamaki River

The Tamaki River or Tamaki Estuary is mostly an estuarial arm and harbour of the Hauraki Gulf, within the city of Auckland in New Zealand. It extends south for 15 kilometres from its mouth between the suburb of Saint Heliers and the long thin pen ...

                                               

Tangahoe River

The Tangahoe River is a river of the Taranaki Region of New Zealands North Island. It flows generally southwest from its origins in hill country to the east of Lake Rotorangi, reaching the Tasman Sea in the South Taranaki Bight 5 km southeast of ...

                                               

Waiapu River

The Waiapu River is a river in the Gisborne District of the North Island of New Zealand, with a total length of approximately 130 kilometres. Found in the north-east of the Waiapu Valley, it flows north-east from the joining of the Mata River and ...

                                               

Waihao River

The Waihao River is a natural watercourse in the Canterbury region of New Zealands South Island. It flows into the Wainono Lagoon near Studholme. The New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage gives translations of "water of net fishing" or "w ...

                                               

Waihorotiu Stream

Waihorotiu, sometimes called the Waihorotiu Stream and the Queen Street River, is a stream that ran down the Queen Street gully in the Auckland CBD, New Zealand, into the Waitemata Harbour. It has long since been covered over and put underground ...

                                               

Waimate Creek

Waimate Creek is a natural watercourse in the southern Canterbury region of New Zealands South Island. Its original Māori name was Te Waimatemate, which means "slowly moving waters".

                                               

Waingaro River (Tasman)

The Waingaro River is a river of the Tasman Region of New Zealands South Island. Waingaro River initially flows east down a straight valley formed by the southern flanks of Snowdon Range and the northern flanks of Lockett Range within Kahurangi N ...

                                               

Waingaro River (Waikato)

The Waingaro River is a river of the Waikato region of New Zealands North Island. It flows generally southwest from its origins near Glen Afton and Glen Massey, west of Ngāruawāhia, to reach a northern arm of Raglan Harbour. Its main tributary is ...

                                               

Wainuiomata River

The word Wainui-o-Mata is a Māori name made up of the elements wai water, nui big, o of and Mata – which could refer to a womans name. The origins of the name remain disputed, but one commonly accepted explanation refers to women who came over th ...

                                               

Waipa River

The Waipa River is in the Waikato region of the North Island of New Zealand. The headwaters are in the Rangitoto Range east of Te Kuiti. It flows north for 115 kilometres, passing through Otorohanga and Pirongia, before flowing into the Waikato R ...

                                               

Wairoa River (Bay of Plenty)

In the mid-1970s the Tauranga Joint Generation Committee proposed a hydroelectric power scheme for the Wairoa River. The newly formed Kaimai Canoe Club opposed the scheme at the water rights headings, this was on the grounds that it would destroy ...

                                               

Wairoa River (Hawkes Bay)

The Wairoa River of the Hawkes Bay region in New Zealand runs south for 65 kilometres from the inland east coast region of the North Island, west of Gisborne, before flowing into northern Hawke Bay at the town of Wairoa. The full Māori name of th ...

                                               

Waita River

The Waita River is in the West Coast Region of New Zealands South Island. It flows generally west to reach the Tasman Sea 10 kilometres northeast of the mouth of the Haast River. The river has its source on the western flanks of the Mataketake Ra ...

                                               

Waitahanui River

The Waitahanui River is one of the three main rivers that flow into Lake Taupo the others being the Tongariro River and the Tauranga Taupo River. The Waitahanui flows out of the foothills of the Kaimanawa Ranges and is crossed by State Highway 1 ...

                                               

Whangamarino River

The Whangamarino River is a lowland river of the Waikato Region of New Zealands North Island, draining the Whangamarino Wetland and associated farmland catchment. The river converges with the Waikato River just north of Meremere. The main tributa ...

                                               

Wharemauku Stream

The Wharemauku Stream is a stream on the Kapiti Coast of New Zealands North Island. Its headwaters are in the Maungakotukutuku valley, and it flows through Paraparaumu and Raumati Beach before reaching the Tasman Sea on the northern side of Rauma ...

                                               

Whau River

The Whau River is an estuarial arm of the southwestern Waitemata Harbour within the Auckland metropolitan area in New Zealand. It flows north for 5.7 kilometres from its origin at the confluence of the Avondale Stream and Whau Stream to its mouth ...

                                               

Rivers of the Chatham Islands

                                               

Taieri River

                                               

Tuma River

The Tuma River is a river located in Nicaragua. The length of the Tuma is 180 kilometres. The river, a left tributary of the Rio Grande de Matagalpa, is located in the Jinotega and Matagalpa Departments, North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region, a ...

                                               

Wawa River (Nicaragua)

The Wawa River is a river located in the North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region of Nicaragua that drains to the Caribbean Sea. It flows southeast through northeast Nicaragua to the Mosquito Coast region. The river joins Laguna de Karata, south o ...

                                               

Mmamu River

The story of the origin of Mmamu as told by one Jude Orji from the community is surrounded in mystery as the goddess was said to have been linked to a man called Mmaku. As a result, the name of the town was said to have been derived from the deit ...

                                               

Ogunpa River

The Ogunpa river system is a third-order stream with a channel length of 21.5 kilometres and a drainage basin covering 73.3 square kilometres draining the densely populated eastern part of Ibadan, Nigeria. The city of Ibadan in southwestern Niger ...

                                               

Omi Osun

Omi-Osun, literally meaning "Osuns waters", is the northernmost source tributary of the Osun River in southwestern Nigeria. The Omi-Osun tributary rises from the eastern sector of the Yoruba hills and flows westwards into the Oyì River which subs ...

                                               

Chaeryong River

                                               

Bregalnica

Bregalnica is the second largest river in North Macedonia. It starts as a spring near the mountain city of Berovo and it passes near the cities of Makedonska Kamenica, Kocani, Vinica and Stip, before joining the river Vardar on its way to the Aeg ...

                                               

Dlaboka River

Dlaboka River, literally meaning Deep River, is a river in western North Macedonia located in the Upper Reka region. It is a left tributary to Ribnicka river, which is one of the largest tributaries of Radika river. Its source is high on Mount Ko ...

                                               

Pcinja (river)

The Pcinja) is a 135 km long river in Serbia and North Macedonia, a left tributary of the Vardar river.

                                               

Sateska

The River Sateska is located in the south-west of the Republic of Macedonia. Currently a tributary of Lake Ohrid, it originally flowed directly into the River Black Drim but was re-routed in 1961/2. It now accounts for 39.36% of the Lake Ohrid wa ...

                                               

Altaelva

Altaelva is the third-longest river in Troms og Finnmark county, Norway. The river begins in the mountains and lakes in Kautokeino Municipality, near the border with Troms og Finnmark county and Finland, just south of Reisa National Park. The 240 ...

                                               

Balmi River

The Balmi River is a river in the municipality of Fauske in Nordland county, Norway. It flows about 6.5 km from one lake and empties into another: from Kjelvatnet at an elevation of 510 meters north to Langvatnet at an elevation of 127 meters. Th ...

                                               

Bjoreio

The Bjoreio, also known as the Bjoreia, is a river in the municipality of Eidfjord in Vestland, Norway. The river is 72 kilometers long, and it has a drainage basin of 627 square kilometers. Its natural average discharge is 25.2 cubic meters per ...

                                               

Bovra

The Bovra, also known as the Bævra, is a river in the municipality of Surnadal in More og Romsdal county and in the municipalities of Rindal and Heim in Trondelag county, Norway. The 27-kilometre long river runs through the Bover Valley and empti ...

                                               

Drammenselva

Drammenselva is one of the largest rivers in Norway, with a drainage basin of about 17.000 square kilometres 6.600 sq mi and a discharge of 300 cubic metres per second 11.000 cu ft/s per second. Drammen Rivers total length is 308 kilometres 191 m ...

                                               

Driva

The Driva river runs through Trondelag and More og Romsdal counties in Norway. The headwaters lie in the Dovrefjell mountains in the south, from where it flows northward, downward through the Drivdalen valley in the municipality of Oppdal. When t ...

                                               

Gudbrandsdalslågen

The Gudbrandsdalslågen begins in the lake Lesjaskogsvatnet or Lesjavatn, which lies in Lesja municipality in Innlandet. Lesjavatn is the only lake in Norway which has two outlets; they flow into two of Norway’s more famous rivers. In the southeas ...

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