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   Hierarchy of Top of the TGN hierarchy (hierarchy root) Top of the TGN hierarchy (hierarchy root)
   Hierarchy of World (facet) .... World (facet)
   Hierarchy of Oceania (continent) ........ Oceania (continent)
   Hierarchy of New Zealand (nation) ............ New Zealand (nation)
   ................ West Coast (region (administrative division))
View physical features .................... [ view physical features ]
   ............................ Ahaura (inhabited place)
   ............................ Arahura (inhabited place)
   ............................ Arahura (inhabited place)
   ............................ Arapito (inhabited place)
   ............................ Atarau (inhabited place)
   ............................ Awatuna (inhabited place)
   ............................ Barrytown (inhabited place)
   ............................ Bell Hill (inhabited place)
   ............................ Berlins (inhabited place)
   ............................ Birchfield (inhabited place)
   ............................ Blackball (inhabited place)
   ............................ Blacks Point (inhabited place)
   ............................ Blackwater (inhabited place)
   ............................ Bruce Bay (inhabited place)
   ............................ Brunnerton (inhabited place)
   ............................ Camerons (inhabited place)
   ............................ Carters Beach (inhabited place)
   ............................ Charleston (inhabited place)
   ............................ Chesterfield (inhabited place)
   ............................ Cobden (inhabited place)
   ............................ Conns Creek (railroad station)
   ............................ Corbyvale (inhabited place)
   ............................ Cronadun (inhabited place)
   ............................ Crushington (inhabited place)
   ............................ Denniston (inhabited place)
   ............................ Diedrich (farm)
   ............................ Dobson (inhabited place)
   ............................ Fairdown (inhabited place)
   ............................ Fergusons (inhabited place)
   ............................ Fern Flat (inhabited place)
   ............................ Fox Glacier (inhabited place)
   ............................ Franz Josef Glacier (inhabited place)
   ............................ Glengarry (inhabited place)
   ............................ Glenlyon (farm)
   ............................ Glentanner (inhabited place)
   ............................ Goldsborough (inhabited place)
   ............................ Granity (inhabited place)
   ............................ Greenstone (inhabited place)
   ............................ Greymouth (inhabited place)
   ............................ Haast (inhabited place)
   ............................ Harihari (inhabited place)
   ............................ Hector (inhabited place)
   ............................ Herepo (inhabited place)
   ............................ Hinau (railroad station)
   ............................ Ho Ho (inhabited place)
   ............................ Hohonu (inhabited place)
   ............................ Hokitika (inhabited place)
   ............................ Hukarere (inhabited place)
   ............................ Humphreys (inhabited place)
   ............................ Ikamatua (inhabited place)
   ............................ Inangahua Camp (inhabited place)
   ............................ Inangahua Junction (inhabited place)
   ............................ Inangahua Landing (inhabited place)
   ............................ Inchbonnie (inhabited place)
   ............................ Jacksons (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kaiata (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kaihinu (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kaimata (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kakapotahi (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kamaka (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kaniere (inhabited place)
   ............................ Karamea (inhabited place)
   ............................ Karangarua (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kokiri (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kongahu (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kotuku (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kowhitirangi (inhabited place)
   ............................ Lake Kaniere (inhabited place)
   ............................ Longford (inhabited place)
   ............................ Lower Kokatahi (inhabited place)
   ............................ Lyell (inhabited place)
   ............................ Mahers Creek (inhabited place)
   ............................ Mahitahi (inhabited place)
   ............................ Maimai (inhabited place)
   ............................ Maraehoko (inhabited place)
   ............................ Market Cross (inhabited place)
   ............................ Marsden (inhabited place)
   ............................ Maruia (inhabited place)
   ............................ Matainui (inhabited place)
   ............................ Matakitaki (inhabited place)
   ............................ Mawheraiti (inhabited place)
   ............................ Merrijigs (inhabited place)
   ............................ Miko (inhabited place)
   ............................ Millerton (inhabited place)
   ............................ Moana (inhabited place)
   ............................ Mokihinui (railroad station)
   ............................ Mokihinui Mine (inhabited place)
   ............................ Mount Aspiring National Park (national park)
   ............................ Mount Cook (post office)
   ............................ Nelson Creek (inhabited place)
   ............................ Newton Flat (inhabited place)
   ............................ Ngahere (inhabited place)
   ............................ Ngakawau (inhabited place)
   ............................ Nikau (inhabited place)
   ............................ Okarito (inhabited place)
   ............................ Omau (railroad station)
   Hierarchy of Otira (inhabited place) ............................ Otira (inhabited place)
   ............................ Pahautane (inhabited place)
   ............................ Paringa, Lake (inhabited place)
   ............................ Paroa (inhabited place)
   ............................ Poerua (inhabited place)
   ............................ Potters Creek (inhabited place)
   ............................ Pukekura (inhabited place)
   ............................ Punakaiki (inhabited place)
   ............................ Rahui (railroad station)
   ............................ Rapahoe (inhabited place)
   ............................ Raupo (inhabited place)
   ............................ Reefton (inhabited place)
   ............................ Rewanui (inhabited place)
   ............................ Rimu (inhabited place)
   ............................ Roa (inhabited place)
   ............................ Rotokino (inhabited place)
   ............................ Rotokohu (inhabited place)
   ............................ Rotomanu (inhabited place)
   ............................ Ruatapu (inhabited place)
   ............................ Ruru (inhabited place)
   ............................ Rutherglen (inhabited place)
   ............................ Seddonville (inhabited place)
   ............................ Sergeants Hill (inhabited place)
   ............................ Shenandoah (inhabited place)
   ............................ Springs Junction (inhabited place)
   ............................ Stafford (inhabited place)
   ............................ Stillwater (inhabited place)
   ............................ Stockton (inhabited place)
   ............................ Tainui (inhabited place)
   ............................ Taipoiti (railroad station)
   ............................ Takutai (inhabited place)
   ............................ Tanks (railroad station)
   ............................ Taramakau (inhabited place)
   ............................ Tatare (inhabited place)
   ............................ Tawhai (inhabited place)
   ............................ Taylorville (inhabited place)
   ............................ Te Kinga (inhabited place)
   ............................ Te Kuha (inhabited place)
   ............................ Te Taho (inhabited place)
   ............................ The Forks (inhabited place)
   ............................ Tiromoana (inhabited place)
   ............................ Tiroroa (inhabited place)
   ............................ Totara Flat (inhabited place)
   ............................ Turiwhate (inhabited place)
   ............................ Tutaki (inhabited place)
   ............................ Upper Rewanui (inhabited place)
   ............................ Waikowhai (inhabited place)
   ............................ Waimangaroa (inhabited place)
   ............................ Waimarie (inhabited place)
   ............................ Waimaunga (inhabited place)
   ............................ Wainihinihi (inhabited place)
   ............................ Waitahu (railroad station)
   ............................ Waiuta (inhabited place)
   ............................ Wallsend (inhabited place)
   ............................ Warwick Junction (inhabited place)
   ............................ Weheka (inhabited place)
   ............................ West Coast (historic site)
   Hierarchy of Westland National Park (national park) ............................ Westland National Park (national park)
   ............................ Westport (inhabited place)
   ............................ Whataroa (inhabited place)
   ............................ Woodstock (inhabited place)
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