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The Molonglo River flows through the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales and starts below Mount Bollard at an elevation of 1130m and ends near Lower Molonglo Water Control Centre at an elevation of 440m merging with the Murrumbidgee River.
The Molonglo River drops around 694m over its 115km length.
The Molonglo River flows through Lake Burley Griffin (545m) on its way to joining the Murrumbidgee River.
6 creeks and rivers flow into the Molonglo River. The five longest tributaries are: Queanbeyan River, Jerrabomberra Creek, Yandyguinula Creek, Ballallaba Creek and Primrose Valley Creek - click here for a full list of all 6 tributaries of the Molonglo River.
The Molonglo River is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
Bonzle users have caught and/or seen brown trout, carp, golden perch, murray cod, rainbow trout, redfin and yabbies at Molonglo River (Note: some species of fish may not be available at all times of the year. Always check State/Territory fishing regulations for size, bag/possession limits and licensing/permit requirements. Some native fish are protected and may not be taken). Is this list accurate? Have you caught or seen other species of fish at Molonglo River? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
Are you a keen bird watcher? Have you been bird watching at Molonglo River? What birds have you seen at Molonglo River? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here. As a Bonzle sub-project, we're trying to build Australia's most comprehensive bird location atlas. A big thankyou to all that have contributed and continue to contribute sightings.
Do you know what facilities are available at Molonglo River? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
Bonzle users have reported that Molonglo River is a good place for canoeing, fishing, fly fishing and water skiing. Do you know of other recreational activities at Molonglo River? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
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