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Mitchell River silt jetties Aerial view Mitchell River Silt Jetty second longest in the world
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The Mitchell River silt jetties are an unusually long, thin landform located in the Gippsland Lakes region in Victoria, Australia. A type of digitate delta, they have been formed over millions of years by sediment deposition from the Mitchell River during periods of low water flow and subsequent wash-through during periods of high water flow. The long narrow banks of silt thus formed extend more than eight kilometres east into Lake King. The south bank is navigable by car from Eagle Point through to the very easternmost tip at Point Dawson.

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Mitchell River silt jetties Worlds Longest Silt Jetties a geological feature of the Gippsland

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