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A survey party of four men hauling a canoe up the Otaki River. The Otaki River originates in the Tararua Range and flows for 45 km, firstly heading southwest through a valley in the Tararua Ranges. It turns northwest in the area of Otaki Forks, where it is joined by the Waiotauru River. After continuing through Otaki Gorge it reaches the Tasman Sea south of the settlement of Otaki Beach.

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2011P_PETERSENOt15_006150
Title
Ascending the Otaki River
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CA: Petersen Papers; Public Photograph Collection Ot 15
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Horowhenua Region
Date
circa 1900

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