Tauhoa River

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Tauhoa River
Country New Zealand
Physical characteristics
River mouth Kaipara Harbour

The Tauhoa River is an estuarial arm of the Kaipara Harbour in the Auckland Region of New Zealand's North Island. As part of the harbour's drowned valley system, it consists of narrow channels flowing south through expanses of mudflat to meet with the main waters of the Kaipara due east of the harbour entrance. The Tauhoa Channel links the entrance with the river mouth.

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Coordinates: 36°23′S 174°24′E / 36.383°S 174.400°E / -36.383; 174.400