Clyde River (New Zealand)

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Clyde River, New Zealand
Origin Frances River and McCoy Stream
Mouth Rangitata River
Basin countries New Zealand
Length 18 kilometres (11 mi)

The Clyde River, New Zealand is a river of New Zealand, one of Canterbury's braided rivers.[1] It is formed from the confluence of the Frances River and McCoy Stream, flowing southwest to join with the Havelock River and Lawrence River to form the Rangitata River.

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  1. ^ "Place Name Detail: Clyde River". New Zealand Geographic Placenames Database. Land Information New Zealand. Retrieved 2010-04-11. 

Coordinates: 43°28′00″S 170°51′01″E / 43.4668°S 170.8502°E / -43.4668; 170.8502