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Wellington Region

Akatarawa River at Cemetery

The Akatarawa River is one of the major tributaries of the Hutt River, located in the upper western parts of the catchment.

The river emerges from the Tararua Forest Park and drains through the valley between the Akatarawa Forest and Kaitoke Regional Park. The river has a catchment area of 116 square kilometres and joins with the Hutt River just below the Akatarawa Road bridge in Birchville, Upper Hutt.

Flow Data
Scientific data for this flow site
  • Live Flow Data
    Latest sample:
    Percentage of time flow exceeded
    High flowLess than 5%
    Elevated flow5% to 29%
    Normal flow30% to 69%
    Reduced flow70% to 94%
    Low flow95% to 100%
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    Other notable measurements

    Droughts Month/Year Flow
    March 1985 0.815
    Floods Month/Year Flow
    January 2005 649
Rainfall Data
Scientific data for this rainfall site
  • Rainfall so far this month
    This month:
    Rain last month
    Last month:
    Percentage of monthly median rainfall
    Very wetOver 200%
    Moderately wet>110% to 200%
    Near normal>90% to 110%
    Moderately dry>50% to 90%
    Very dry0% to 50%
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    • Last 12 months

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    Notable measurements

    Wettest Month/Year Rainfall
    Wettest day October 1997 189.4
    Driest Month/Year Rainfall
    Driest 3 month total December 2014 107