Waihaha River

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Waihaha River
Origin Hauhungaroa Range
Mouth Lake Taupo
38°43′18″S 175°44′55″E / 38.7217°S 175.7487°E / -38.7217; 175.7487Coordinates: 38°43′18″S 175°44′55″E / 38.7217°S 175.7487°E / -38.7217; 175.7487
Basin countries New Zealand
Length 20 km (12 mi)

The Waihaha River is a river of the Waikato Region of New Zealand's North Island. It flows from its origins in several streams west of Lake Taupo, the most important of which are the Mangatu and Waitaia Strams, which have their headwaters in the Hauhungaroa Range. The Waihaha flows into the Western bay of Lake Taupo at the settlement of Waihaha, 20 kilometres north of Kuratau.

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