Castle River (Southland)

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Location
44°55'06"S
167°46'57"E
Country
 New Zealand
Categories
  • Historical
  • Nature
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The Castle River is a river in Fiordland National Park in the Southland Region of New Zealand. It rises on the slopes of Barrier Peak and flows southeast in a steep-walled valley running parallel to the Clinton Canyon before turning south. It is a tributary of Worsley Stream which empties into the Worsley Arm of Lake Te Anau.
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