Tontouta River

Last updated

Coordinates: 21°58′08″S166°13′52″E / 21.969°S 166.231°E / -21.969; 166.231

Tontouta river around "Liliane" place Riviere tontouta.JPG
Tontouta river around "Liliane" place

The Tontouta River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 476 square kilometres. [1]

See also

Related Research Articles

New Caledonia French special collectivity in the southwest Pacific Ocean

New Caledonia is a special collectivity of France in the southwest Pacific Ocean, south of Vanuatu, about 1,210 km (750 mi) east of Australia and 17,000 km (11,000 mi) from Metropolitan France. The archipelago, part of the Melanesia subregion, includes the main island of Grande Terre, the Loyalty Islands, the Chesterfield Islands, the Belep archipelago, the Isle of Pines, and a few remote islets. The Chesterfield Islands are in the Coral Sea. French people, especially locals, call Grande Terre Le Caillou.

South Province, New Caledonia Place in New Caledonia, France

The South Province is one of three administrative subdivisions in New Caledonia. It corresponds to the southern and southwestern portion of the New Caledonian mainland.

Plum River is a river of southwestern New Caledonia. It flows into the sea to the west of the Plum village. It is a short river, little more than an incised stream. The Plum Swamp lies in the river system.

Pirogues River is a major river of southwestern New Caledonia. It flows into the sea at Pirogues Bay. It is noted for its ophiolite reserves.

The Ouenghi River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 270 square kilometres. Bouloupais lies near the river at the foot of Mount Ouitchambo. It enters the Saint Vincent Bay to the west of the village of Tomo.

The La Coulée River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 92 square kilometres.

The Dumbéa River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 233 square kilometres. It is a beautiful river, and flows from the Diahot River.

The Yaté River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 450 square kilometres. A major mining area, the Yaté Dam lies near the mouth and the town of Yaté.

The Pourina River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 98 square kilometres.

The Ouinné River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 146 square kilometres.

The Kouakoué River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 77 square kilometres.

The Nimbo (Mba) River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 85 square kilometres.

The Thio River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 404 square kilometres.

The Nakéty River is a river of New Caledonia. It has a catchment area of 106 square kilometres.

Saint Vincent Bay

Saint Vincent Bay or Baie Saint Vincent is a bay in southwestern New Caledonia. It is lies north of Inaccessible Bay. It contains Parseval Island and several others. The commune of Bouloupais lies on this stretch of the coast. The Ouenghi River also enters the sea at Saint Vincent Bay.

Stade Rivière Salée is a football stadium located in Noumea, New Caledonia. The stadium has a capacity of 3,000. It hosts the home games of a number of local football teams, including AS Kirikitr, as well as serving as a host venue for the 2011 Pacific Games men's football tournament. The stadium hosted every Group "A" match at this tournament from 27 August 2011 to 5 September 2011. In hosting Group "A" matches, the Stade Rivière Salée held the games of American Samoa, Guam, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu and Vanuatu.

Stade Boewa is a sports stadium in Boulari Bay, New Caledonia that is primarily used for association football. The stadium is home to a number of local clubs and was also a venue used in the men's football tournament at the 2011 Pacific Games. As such, Stade Boewa was the venue of the 2011 Pacific Games' biggest victories, namely Papua New Guinea's 17-1 win over Kiribati on 3 September 2011 and Tahiti's 17-1 win over Kiribati on 5 September 2011.

Henry C. Bates United States federal judge and politician

Henry Clay Bates, frequently known as H. C. Bates, was a Vermont lawyer and politician who served as the 41st Lieutenant Governor of Vermont and as a federal judge.

Caledonia River

The Caledonia River is a perennial river of the West Gippsland catchment, located in the Alpine region of the Australian state of Victoria.

The Blue River Provincial Park is a nature reserve in Yaté Commune, South Province, New Caledonia.

References

  1. "The impacts of opencast mining in New Caledonia". The United Nations University. Archived from the original on 27 July 2011. Retrieved 9 June 2011.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)