Story: Manawatū and Horowhenua region

Landforms of Manawatū and Horowhenua

Manawatū and Horowhenua are a series of longitudinal landforms – the main ranges, the dissected hill country of the upper Manawatū, tracts of river and marine terraces and alluvial plains, and the dune country along the coast.

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Malcolm McKinnon, 'Manawatū and Horowhenua region - Features of the landscape', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 17 April 2024)

Story by Malcolm McKinnon, updated 1 Apr 2015