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The Hikuwai River is a river of the northeastern North Island of New Zealand. It flows south through a valley between two hill ridges to the north of Tolaga Bay, and for most of its length runs parallel with the Pacific coast (which lies five kilometres to the east). The river is a tributary of the Uawa River joining with it 10 kilometres before the Uawa flows into the sea at Tolaga Bay.
"Place Name Detail: Hikuwai River". New Zealand Geographic Placenames Database. Land Information New Zealand. Retrieved 12 July 2009.
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