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[[File:Wairua Falls. ATLIB 287714.png|thumb|Wairua Falls in 1911]]

[[File:Wairua Falls. ATLIB 287714.png|thumb|Wairua Falls in 1911]]

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Wairua Falls in 1911

Place in Northland Region, New Zealand
Titoki (Māori: Tītoki) is a locality in the Mangakahia Valley of the Northland Region of New Zealand’s North Island.[1] Whangarei is 26 km (16 miles) to the east. The Wairua River passes to the east of Titoki, and the Mangakahia River to the west.[2][3] A hydroelectric plant has been operating at Wairua Falls since 1916.[4] It was upgraded to produce 5.4 Gwh per year in 2007.[5]
The local Korokota Marae is a tribal meeting ground of the Ngāpuhi hapū of Te Parawhau and the Ngāti Whātua hapū of Te Parawhau.[6] It features the Tikitiki o Rangi meeting house.[7]
Mangakahia Area School is a coeducational composite school (years 1–15), with a decile rating of 3 and a roll of 157.[8] The school, previously called Titoki District High School, celebrated its centennial in 2007.[9]
Titoki and the Mangakahia River area were important locations for the late 19th/early 20th century kauri gum digging trade.[10]

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