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Tauranga at Gorge

Site Info:
The Gorge water level recorder is situated in the lower Tauranga catchment, some 7 km upstream of the Taneatua township where it joins with the Whakatane River.
Summer water levels at this site can get as low as 0.4 metres, but normal water levels are closer to 0.9 metres. A high flood level of 7.2 metres was recorded at this site in March 1964.
Grid Reference: W16: 644 367
Elevation (m): 45
Other Info: Historical Data Summaries (9.73 MB)
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Sensor Latest Sample Latest Value (NZST) Alarm Status
River Level 0.998 metres24-Jun-2018 18:10N/A

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