Waikanae

Town in the North Island, New Zealand

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Waikanae is a town on New Zealand's Kapiti Coast. The name is a Māori word meaning "waters" "of the grey mullet". The town lies about 60 kilometres north of Wellington: New Zealand's capital city; between Paraparaumu, eight kilometres to the southwest, and Otaki, 15 kilometres to the northeast.
Waikanae
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Waikanae is a town on New Zealand's Kapiti Coast. The name is a Māori word meaning "waters" "of the grey mullet". The town lies about 60 kilometres north of Wellington: New Zealand's capital city; between Paraparaumu, eight kilometres to the southwest, and Otaki, 15 kilometres to the northeast.
Waikanae
Waikanae
Waikanae is a town on New Zealand's Kapiti Coast. The name is a Māori word meaning "waters" "of the grey mullet". The town lies about 60 kilometres north of Wellington: New Zealand's capital city; between Paraparaumu, eight kilometres to the southwest, and Otaki, 15 kilometres to the northeast.

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