Hinemaiaia Stream

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Hinemaiaia Stream
Origin Kaimanawa Range
Mouth Lake Taupo
Basin countries New Zealand
Length 22 kilometres (14 mi)

The Hinemaiaia Stream is a river of the central North Island of New Zealand. It flows northwest from Kaimanawa Forest Park, flowing into the eastern shore of Lake Taupo at Hatepe, half way between Taupo and Turangi. It is a popular Fly fishing stream with good numbers of Rainbow trout spawning in the winter months of June through to September.

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References[edit]

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

External links[edit]

  • Trustpower Hinemaiaia hydroelectricity generating stations.

Coordinates: 38°51′S 176°01′E / 38.850°S 176.017°E / -38.850; 176.017