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The Barwon River flows through New South Wales and Queensland and starts at an elevation of 196m and ends at an elevation of 110m merging with the Darling River.
The Barwon River drops around 85.9m over its 889km length.
The Barwon River flows through Pear Paddock Waterhole (156m) and Mile Lagoon (134m) on its way to joining the Darling River.
36 creeks and rivers flow into the Barwon River. The five longest tributaries are: Namoi River, Moonie River, Weir River, Marra Creek and Bokhara River - click here for a full list of all 36 tributaries of the Barwon River.
The Barwon River is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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