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Panton River

Panton River is a river in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The river rises below Alice hill and it flows in an easterly direction, prior to discharge to the river ORD on the southern edge of Purnululu national Park. Panton river has se ...

Phillips River

The Phillips River is an ephemeral river in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia. Its headwaters rise on sandplains below mount Madden and flow in a southerly direction, crossing the South coast highway approximately 20 km 12 mile ...

Prince Regent River

The Prince Regent River is a river in the Kimberley of Western Australia. In the upper reaches of the river rise in the Caroline range near mount Agnes flow in a North-westerly direction. The river enters and flows through the national Park of th ...

Prospect Creek (Western Australia)

Prospect Creek is a small creek in the state of Western Australia. It feeds into the Armanda River near Halls Creek. The headwaters of the creek rise below the Duffer range and flow in a northerly direction, almost parallel with the Great Norther ...

Richenda River

The Richenda River is a river in the Kimberley of Western Australia. The headwaters of the river rise in the king Leopold range near mount Broome and flow in a southerly direction. The river flows through Richenda gorge and turns West, flowing th ...

Robinson River (Western Australia)

The Robinson River is a river in the Kimberley of Western Australia. In the upper reaches of the river rise below the van Emmerick range of flow and then in a westerly direction through Moondoma yards, Holmans crossing and then Oombagooma flowing ...

Roe River (Western Australia)

The Roe River is a river in the Kimberley of Western Australia. The rivers upper reaches lie in the Princess may ranges National Prince Regent Park flows in a North-westerly direction, flows into the harbour of Prince Frederick in York, and then ...

Rudall River

The Rudall River is an ephemeral river in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The entire length of the river is located within the boundaries of the Karlamilyi National Park. The headwaters of the river lie below the range of Watrara near th ...

Sabina River

The Sabina River is a river in the South West of Western Australia. In the headwaters of the river rise in the Whicher range near the edge of the Millbrook state forest and then flows in a northerly direction. The river crosses the vasse highway ...

Sale River

The Sale River is a river in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The river was seen and named on 9 June 1865 by an expedition from the short-lived Camden Harbor settlement searching for pastoral land. The expedition comprised Alexander McR ...

Scott River (Western Australia)

Scott River is a river in the south west of Western Australia, being a tributary to the Blackwood River where it joins just east of Molloy Island. It is partly within the Scott National Park, which is named after the river. Similarly, the coastal ...

Serpentine River (Western Australia)

The Serpentine River is a river in the South West region of Western Australia. The river rises in the darling scarp below Bowerling hill and flows westward crossing Albany highway North of North Bannister. The river continues Northwest through Yo ...

Shannon River (Western Australia)

Shannon River is a river located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. The river originates in the forests West of lake Muir and flows in a southerly direction, crossing the South Western highway to the East of the Shannon, and then ...

Shaw River (Western Australia)

The Shaw River is an ephemeral river in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. It was named by explorer F.T. Gregory on 21 August 1861 after Norton Shaw, Secretary of the Royal Geographical Society. In the upper reaches of the river rises below ...

Sherlock River (Western Australia)

The Sherlock River is a river in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. It was named on 11 July 1861 by the surveyor and explorer Frank Gregory while on expedition in the area. The river rises from numerous springs on the Abydos plain below the ...

South Dandalup River

South Dandalup River is a river in the South West region of Western Australia. The river rose on a white horse hills to the North of Boddington and flows in a westerly direction. River in the Shire of Murray, it flows throughLake Banksiadale near ...

Steere River

The Steere River is a river in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia. In the upper reaches of the river rises below the Ravensthorpe range in the vicinity of Elverdton then flow in a southerly direction to discharge into the North- ...

Thomas River

The Thomas River is a river in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. The headwaters of the river rise South of double peak and flows to the West, they were joined by two minor tributaries, Coondoondoo Creek and rose Creek hills. The river for ...

Tone River (Western Australia)

The Tone River is a river in the South West of Western Australia. The headwaters of the river rise to the South-West of Kojonup and flows in a South-westerly direction, crossing the highway Muirs then Strachan, which flows into the Warren river i ...

Turner River

The headwaters of the river rise below Pullcunah Hill and flows in a northerly direction and crosses the North West Coastal Highway approximately 40 kilometres 25 mi south of Port Hedland and discharging into the Indian Ocean. The riverbed is all ...

Vasse River

The Vasse River is a river in the South West of Western Australia. The upper reaches of the river are in the Whicher range below Chapman hill and flows in a northerly direction through the town of Busselton while flowing into the vasse estuary, a ...

Walpole River

The Walpole River is a river in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. The river was seen by Captain Thomas Bannister in 1831 and named by Governor James Stirling after Captain W Walpole. The catchment of the Walpole River also provides ...

Waychinicup River

The Waychinicup River is located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. The headwaters of the river are located near the town of Manypeaks along the South Coast Highway, with an elevation of approximately 100 metres above sea level an ...

Williams River (Western Australia)

The Williams River is one of the two major tributaries of the Murray River in Western Australia, the other being the Hotham River. It starts between Williams and Perth also provides the same, and flows in a General westerly direction before it jo ...

Wilson River (Western Australia)

The Wilson River is a river in the Kimberley of Western Australia. The headwaters of the river rise in the durack range below the hill kangaroo and near Bedford downs, then flows in a North-easterly direction. The river flows past the circle nall ...

Wooramel River

The Wooramel River is an ephemeral river in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. The river rises near the Pyramid McLeod and flows in a westerly direction, joined by six tributaries that Wooramel river North, Bilung Creek, one gum Creek and ...

Yalgar River

The Yalgar River is a 185-kilometre-long tributary of the Murchison River, located in the Shire of Meekatharra in central Western Australia. It rises in the Glengarry Range 25 km southeast of Mooloogool Station homestead, about 80 kilometres nort ...

Young River (Western Australia)

The Young River is a river on the South coast of Western Australia that rises south of the Frank Hann National Park then flows in a south easterly direction for a distance of 95 kilometres before flowing into Stokes Inlet which discharges into th ...

Yule River

The Yule River is an ephemeral river in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. It was named on 10 August 1861 by the surveyor and explorer Frank Gregory while on expedition in the area, after Thomas Newte Yule, at times farmer of Toodyay, winem ...

Acheron River (Canterbury)

The Acheron River is a river in Canterbury, New Zealand and flows from Lake Lyndon south into the Rakaia River. Small deposits of coal located near the river. In the 1870-ies, a proposal existed to extend the Whitecliffs branch railway line, thro ...

Ada River (New Zealand)

The Ada River is a minor river in the South Island of New Zealand. The origins in the mountains of Spencer. The river flows eastward for 10 km 6 miles to the confluence with the waiau river is.

Anne River (New Zealand)

The Anne River is a small river in Canterbury, New Zealand. It rises near the Anne Saddle and flows east then north for approximately 6 kilometres until it meets the Henry River, itself a tributary of the Waiau River. The St James Walkway, a popu ...

Anti Crow River

The Anti Crow River is a small river located in Arthurs Pass National Park, Canterbury, New Zealand. It is a tributary of the Waimakariri River and is named because its valley is opposite that of the Crow River. Mount Damfool is at the head of th ...

Ashley River (New Zealand)

The Ashley River / Rakahuri is in Canterbury Region of New Zealand. It flows generally southeastwards for 65 kilometres before entering the Pacific Ocean at Waikuku Beach, Pegasus Bay north of Christchurch. The town of Rangiora is close to the so ...

Avoca River (Canterbury)

The Avoca River is a river in the Canterbury Region of New Zealand. It is a minor tributary of the Rakaia River via the Harper and Wilberforce Rivers, south of Arthurs Pass in Canterbury.

Blythe River

The Blythe River is a river in Canterbury, New Zealand. It flows east for 13 kilometres, reaching the Pacific Ocean 12 kilometres south of the town of Cheviot. The rivers course roughly parallels that of the larger Hurunui River, which lies 5 kil ...

Boyle River (New Zealand)

The Boyle River is a river of New Zealand. A tributary of the Hope River, it flows south, then west before curving round to the southeast before joining with the Hope. State Highway 7 follows the course of the river for some distance south of the ...

Broken River (New Zealand)

Broken River is a river in the South Island of New Zealand. It drains into the Waimakariri River due north of the town of Springfield. Broken river ski area is located in the catchment area of the river. Broken river cave at cave stream, a tribut ...

Cam River (Canterbury)

The Cam River / Ruataniwha is a small river in Canterbury in the South Island of New Zealand. It is a tributary of the Kaiapoi River, itself a tributary of the Waimakariri River. Cam / close to close rises to the East of the town of Rangiora and ...

Cameron River

The Cameron River is a river of New Zealand. It flows southeast from the slopes of Mount Arrowsmith in the Southern Alps, reaching Lake Stream just to the north of the outflow from Lake Heron. The longer Ashburton River flows roughly parallel to ...

Cass River (Selwyn District)

The Cass River is an alpine river in the Canterbury Region of the South Island of New Zealand. It rises near the Cass Saddle in the Craigieburn Forest Park and flows generally northeast alongside the Craigieburn Range before turning north to meet ...

Castaly River

The Castaly River is a river of New Zealand. It is in north Canterbury, northwest of the township of Parnassus, and flows generally east for 8 kilometres before joining the Leader River, itself a tributary of the Waiau River.

Chatterton River

The Chatterton River is a river of north Canterbury, New Zealand. It flows south through Hanmer Forest Park, immediately to the west of the town of Hanmer Springs, before flowing into the Percival River shortly before the latter itself flows into ...

Conway River (New Zealand)

The Conway River is part of the traditional boundary between the Canterbury and Marlborough regions in the South Island of New Zealand. It arises in the Amuri range near Palmer saddle and a length of 30 kilometers 19 miles South-East through the ...

Cox River (New Zealand)

Cox River is a river of the Canterbury Region of New Zealand. It arises in the Crawford Range of the Southern Alps and flows generally southward through the Arthurs Pass National Park to join the Poulter River. The river was named for J. W. M. Co ...

Crow River (Canterbury)

The Crow River is a river located in Arthurs Pass National Park, Canterbury, New Zealand. It arises near Mount Rolleston and flows south into the Waimakariri River. The river was named in honor of the South island kokako, sometimes called orange- ...

Cust River

The Cust River is a river in the Canterbury Region of New Zealand. It flows east across the upper Canterbury Plains from its source north of the town of Oxford, New Zealand, flowing into the Cam River / Ruataniwha close to the town of Rangiora. T ...

Dobson River (New Zealand)

The Dobson River is a river in the South Island of New Zealand. It flows south between the Neumann and Ohau ranges for 45 kilometres from its source to the east of Mount Hopkins, in the Southern Alps, before joining with the Hopkins River, close ...

Doubtful River (New Zealand)

The Doubtful River is a river in the Canterbury Region of New Zealand. It rises near Mount Barron and flows south then south-east through Lake Sumner Forest Park, reaching the Boyle River 40 kilometres west of Hanmer Springs. The Doubtful Range l ...

Doubtless River

The Doubtless River is a river of northern Canterbury, New Zealand. A tributary of the Doubtful River, it rises south of Mount Boscawen and flows southward through the Lake Sumner Forest Park to join that river 2 kilometres east of Phantom Flat. ...