Avana Stream

Avana Stream
Location
CountryCook Islands
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • location21°14′13″S 159°45′52″W / 21.23694°S 159.76444°W / -21.23694; -159.76444
Mouth 
 • location
21°14′49″S 159°43′42″W / 21.24694°S 159.72833°W / -21.24694; -159.72833Coordinates: 21°14′49″S 159°43′42″W / 21.24694°S 159.72833°W / -21.24694; -159.72833
 • elevation
sea level
Length8 kilometres (5.0 mi)

The Avana Stream is a stream in the Ngatangiia district on Rarotonga in the Cook Islands. It flows in the Avana Valley and exits into the Muri Lagoon at Vaikai Tapere. A water intake on the stream supplies water to half of Rarotonga's population.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Water Safety Plan: Water Supply System Description: Cook Islands" (PDF). SOPAC. p. 6. Retrieved 4 August 2020.


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