Todds Valley

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Todds Valley
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Todds Valley
Coordinates: 41°13′0″S173°20′20″E / 41.21667°S 173.33889°E / -41.21667; 173.33889 Coordinates: 41°13′0″S173°20′20″E / 41.21667°S 173.33889°E / -41.21667; 173.33889
Country New Zealand
Region Nelson
Street of Todds Valley, Nelson, New Zealand Todds Valley, Nelson.jpg
Street of Todds Valley, Nelson, New Zealand

Todds Valley is a small township to the north of Nelson, New Zealand. It lies to the southeast of State Highway 6, immediately to the north of Marybank, New Zealand at the northern tip of Nelson Haven.

Demographics

Todds Valley is part of the Nelson Rural statistical area. [1]

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