Awarau River

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The Awarau River, usually known as Larry's Creek is located within the South Island of New Zealand.[1] The river is a mere 12 kilometres (7 mi) long and runs northwest from its headwaters in the Victoria Range to its confluence with the Inangahua River north of Reefton.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Larry's Creek". nzfishing.com. Retrieved 19 May 2021.
  2. ^ Egarr, C.D.; Egarr, J. H. (1981). "New Zealand recreational river survey : an investigation into the recreational potential of New Zealand's inland waterways" (PDF). Water & Soil Miscellaneous Publication. 15: 92 – via NIWA.

Coordinates: 42°00′S 171°54′E / 42.000°S 171.900°E / -42.000; 171.900