- a river in central North Island, New Zealand, flowing NW to the Tasman Sea: longest river in New Zealand. 264 miles (425 km) long.
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Contemporary Examples of waikato
Few places in the world allow the level of same-day access to snow and surf as found in the region of Waikato in the North Island.Best Places to Party Around the World
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Historical Examples of waikato
The heart of the army was the fierce Waikato tribe under William Thompson.
When the vapor disappeared, a boat was seen ascending the current of the Waikato.
The Waikato passes through this lake and then flows on for 120 miles.
They both ruled the Waikato tribes, and were equal in authority.
From there they spread inland to Waikato, Hauraki, and eventually to Tamaki.The City of Auckland
- the longest river in New Zealand, flowing northwest across North Island to the Tasman Sea. Length: 350 km (220 miles)