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Rocky River (South Australia)

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Main source  700 metres (2,300 ft)
River mouth  Broughton River

Rocky River, in the Mid North of South Australia, is a stream rising near the Wirrabara Forest and, after initially flowing north, flows in a generally southern direction past the towns of Wirrabara, Stone Hut, Laura and Gladstone before discharging into the Broughton River.

Major tributaries include Ippinitchie, Pine, Appila, Pisant and Narridy creeks. The catchment area of Rocky River is approximately 1,350 square kilometres (520 sq mi).

References

Rocky River (South Australia) Wikipedia


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