The Goulter River is a river in the Marlborough region of New Zealand. It rises in the Richmond Range near Lake Chalice. The lake was formed by a landslip about 2000 years ago, which dammed the river. The lake has no outlet, but water seeps through the landslip rubble into the Goulter. The river flows counter-clockwise around Mount Patriarch to join the Wairau River.
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Goulter River runs through native bush and contains trout suitable for fishing. A walkway runs the length of the river.
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