The Pokaiwhenua Stream and its catchments are one of the South Waikato region’s hidden natural gems. The stream is a tributary of the Waikato River. It starts in the hills near the Mamaku Plateau, ends at the eastern shore of Lake Karapiro, and is roughly 56 kilometres in length. 

The catchment contains many waterfalls, beautiful native bush and around 20 kilometres of fishable water with a population of rainbow and brown trout.

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