Macaulay River flowing into Lake Tekapo; directly opposite is Godley River
|Main source||Two Thumbs Range|
|River mouth||Lake Tekapo|
|Length||38 km (24 mi)|
The Macaulay River is a river of the Mackenzie Country of New Zealand's South Island. It flows south from the Two Thumbs Range, part of the Southern Alps, its valley merging with that of the Godley River shortly before it enters the northern end of Lake Tekapo.
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