Tiraumea River (Manawatu-Wanganui)

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For the river in Tasman District, see Tiraumea River (Tasman).
Tiraumea River
Mouth Manawatu River
Basin countries New Zealand
Length 25 kilometres (16 mi)
Source elevation 330 metres (1,080 ft)
Mouth elevation 77 metres (253 ft)
Left tributaries Ihuraua River, Mangaone River, Mangatainoka River

The northern Tiraumea River is a river of the Manawatu-Wanganui Region of New Zealand's North Island. The river rises in the rough hill country of eastern Wairarapa, just south of the settlement of Tiraumea. A tributary, Tiraumea Stream, drains the southern end of the Puketoi Range. The river flows west then north to reach the Manawatu River immediately above the highway and Rail bridges, five kilometres south of Woodville.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ New Zealand 1:50000 Topographic Map Series sheet BM35 – Woodville

Coordinates: 40°23′14″S 175°53′27″E / 40.38722°S 175.89083°E / -40.38722; 175.89083