Eastern Hohonu River
|Eastern Hohonu River|
|Main source||Hohonu Range|
|River mouth||Lake Brunner|
|Length||16 kilometres (9.9 mi)|
The Eastern Hohonu River is a river of New Zealand. It rises in the Hohonu Range, an outlying range of the Southern Alps 28 kilometres southeast of Greymouth, flowing north then east before reaching its outflow into Lake Brunner. It is named the Eastern Hohonu River to differentiate it from the nearby Big Hohonu River, which is also called the Greenstone River.
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