|Origin||Kaikou River and Mengawahine Stream|
|Basin countries||New Zealand|
|Length||7 kilometres (4.3 mi)|
The Hikurangi River is a river of Northland, New Zealand. A winding stretch of river, it can be considered an extension of the Kaikou River, being formed from the confluence of this river and the Moengawahine Stream. The Hikurangi flows south past the Pipiwai settlement for several kilometres before flowing into the Mangakahia River, 25 kilometres to the west of Whangarei.
"Place Name Detail: Hikurangi River". New Zealand Geographic Placenames Database. Land Information New Zealand. Retrieved 12 July 2009.
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