Pahau River

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Pahau River
Origin Tekoa Range
Mouth Hurunui River
Basin countries New Zealand
Length 40 kilometres (25 mi)

The Pahau River or Pahu River is a river of the north Canterbury Region of New Zealand's South Island. It has its origins in the Tekoa Range, 25 kilometres northwest of Culverden, and flows initially north before turning south to flow down a long valley between two ridges. At the northern edge of the Canterbury Plains it turns southeast, flowing past the southern outskirts of Culverden to reach the Hurunui River eight kilometres to the southeast of the town.

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"Place Name Detail: Pahau River". New Zealand Geographic Placenames Database. Land Information New Zealand. Retrieved 12 July 2009. 

Coordinates: 42°50′S 172°54′E / 42.833°S 172.900°E / -42.833; 172.900