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The Motueka River lies in the north of the South Island of New Zealand. It rises 60 kilometres to the south of Nelson, and flows for 120 kilometres, first through rough hill country and then the more gently undulating terrain southwest of Tasman Bay. The river has its outflow into the bay close to the town of Motueka.
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