Wye River (New Zealand)

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Wye River
CountryNew Zealand
RegionMarlborough District
Physical characteristics
 • coordinates41°45′29″S 173°16′48″E / 41.75806°S 173.28000°E / -41.75806; 173.28000
MouthWairau River
 • coordinates
41°37′16″S 173°29′52″E / 41.62111°S 173.49778°E / -41.62111; 173.49778Coordinates: 41°37′16″S 173°29′52″E / 41.62111°S 173.49778°E / -41.62111; 173.49778
Length23 kilometres (14 mi)
Basin features
River systemWairau River

Wye River is a minor river in the northeast of the South Island of New Zealand.[1][2] It feeds into the Wairau River.[3]

A single lane Truss Bridge carries traffic on State Highway 63 over the river.


  1. ^ "Wye River, Marlborough". NZ Topo Map. Retrieved 29 January 2021.
  2. ^ "Leatham Conservation Area (including Wye River) hunting". www.doc.govt.nz. Retrieved 29 January 2021.
  3. ^ "Wairau River". nzfishing.com. Retrieved 29 January 2021.