Tauherenikau River facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsTauherenikau River
|Main source||Mount Hector|
|River mouth||Lake Wairarapa|
|Length||41 km (25 mi)|
The Tauherenikau River, also known as the Tauwharenikau River, is a river of the Wellington Region of New Zealand's North Island. It flows initially southeast from its sources on the slopes of Mount Hector before turning southwest to run down a long valley in the Tararua Range. From the end of the valley it again turns southeast, flowing past the town of Featherston before reaching the northern shore of Lake Wairarapa.
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