Waiohine River

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Waiohine River
Origin Lancaster Peak, Tararua Range
Mouth Ruamahanga River, ESE of Greytown
Basin countries New Zealand
Length 35 km (22 mi)
Source elevation 1,500 m (4,920 ft)
Mouth elevation 40 m (130 ft)
Avg. discharge 25 m3/s (880 cu ft/s) at Waiohine Gorge
Basin area 378 km2 (146 sq mi)

The Waiohine River is a river of the Wellington Region of New Zealand's North Island. It flows generally south from its origins in the Tararua Range south-east of Levin, turning south-east once it reaches the plains to the north of Lake Wairarapa. From here, the river flows through many channels and irrigation features, with some of its waters reaching the lake but most flowing into the Ruamahanga River south-east of Greytown.

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Coordinates: 41°06′S 175°30′E / 41.100°S 175.500°E / -41.100; 175.500