Deepdale River

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Deepdale River
Origin Brunner Range
Mouth Buller River
Basin countries New Zealand
Length 28 kilometres (17 mi)
Source elevation 1,130 m (3,710 ft)
Mouth elevation 97 m (318 ft)

The Deepdale River is a river of New Zealand. It is mostly located in the West Coast Region of the South Island, but the lower part of the river is in the Tasman Region.

The Deepdale flows generally north from its source in the Brunner Range, within Victoria Forest Park, forming a deep valley. It reaches the Buller River at the upper Buller Gorge, 20 kilometres west of Murchison.[1]

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  1. ^ Peter Dowling (editor) (2004). Reed New Zealand Atlas. Reed Books. Map 64. ISBN 0-7900-0952-8. 

Coordinates: 41°46′34″S 172°08′42″E / 41.77611°S 172.14500°E / -41.77611; 172.14500