The Tinip River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 12 square kilometres.Tinip River is located between Katavilli Bay and Gomen Bay.
Granby Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. It is located north of Grand Forks and contains the northern portion of the Granby River. The park is 411.56 km2 in size.
Goulais and District is a local services board in the Canadian province of Ontario. Located in the Algoma District north of Sault Ste. Marie, it encompasses and provides services to the unincorporated townships of Dennis North, Fenwick, Havilland, Kars, Ley, Pennefather, Tupper and Vankoughnet, including the communities of Bellevue, Bourdage Corner, Goulais Bay, Goulais River, Karalash Corners, Kirby's Corner, and Sand Bay.
The Tryne Islands are a group of numerous small Antarctic islands and rocks, about 7 km (4 mi) in extent, forming the western limit of Tryne Bay and Tryne Sound at the north-eastern end of the Vestfold Hills. The islands were mapped by Norwegian cartographers from aerial photographs taken by the Lars Christensen Expedition (1936–37) and named Trynøyane.
The Néhoué River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 229 square kilometres.
The Koumac River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 258 square kilometres.
The Taom River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 105 square kilometres.
The Oué Pouanlotch River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 92 square kilometres.
The Témala River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 352 square kilometres.
The Voh River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 227 square kilometres.
The Hienghène River is a river of northeastern New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 155 square kilometres.
The Ouaième River is a river of northeastern New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 338 square kilometres.
Nekoro Bay or Baie Nekoro is a bay in southwestern New Caledonia. It lies just northwest of Porwi Bay. The town of Nepoui and Nepoui Airport lie on the coast at Nekoro Bay. The bay contains Grimault Island and Hiyé Hiyé Island. Blancbe Bay lies just to the northwest.
Katavilli Bay or Baie Katavilli is a bay in northwestern New Caledonia. It lies northwest of Nekoro Bay and southeast of Chasseloup Bay. The village of Pinjen lies just to the northwest of the bay. The Kone River empties into its eastern side.
Chasseloup Bay or Baie Chasseloup is a bay in northwestern New Caledonia. It lies northwest of Katavilli Bay and southeast of Gomen Bay. The town of Voh lies to the east of the bay. Several rivers empty into the bay. A small coral reef with a least depth of 5 feet lies 1200 yards westward of the middle of the head of Chasseloup Bay. Puangue Channel is westward of Chasseloup bay and forms a curve about 2J miles in length. It is reportedly the only way within the outer reef by which a vessel can pass to the northward. Anchorage in the bay is said to be good.
Ohland Bay or Baie Ohland Bay is a bay in northwestern New Caledonia. It lies northwest of Gomen Bay and just southeast of Nehoue Bay. The village of Paagoumene lies on the bay.
Nehoue Bay or Baie de Néhoué is a bay in northwestern New Caledonia. It lies just northwest of Ohland Bay and just southeast of Tanle Bay. The village of Malabou lies on the bay which contains the Malabou Beach Hotel. This resort lies 45 kilometres northwest of Koumac and is noted for its white sands. The bay contains numerous islands, the largest of which is Boh Island. Tanle Island lies just to the west in front of the channel of Tanle Bay. Other islands include Neangambo Island, Ti Island and Ti-Ac Island.
Banare Bay or Baie de Banare is a bay in far northwestern New Caledonia. It lies northwest of Tanle Bay. Poum lies on the southern part of the bay and Tiabet lies on the northern part. The bay contains several islands. Mouac Island lies just north of Poum, others islands include Pionne Island and Yava Island and further out is the larger Neba Island.
The Nisqually Reach is a portion of Puget Sound south of the Tacoma Narrows, near the exit of the Nisqually River into the Sound. It is classified as a bay by the United States government. It was originally defined as "the portion of the Sound lying between Anderson Island and the mainland".
The wreck of the three-masted ship Surat, on New Year's Day 1874, was a major event in the early history of New Zealand's Otago Region.
The Porcupine Provincial Forest is a protected boreal forest in Canada which covers the Porcupine Hills on the border of Saskatchewan and Manitoba.