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The Coxs River in east New South Wales starts at an elevation of 1040m and ends near John Seymour Hill at an elevation of 114m merging with the Warragamba River.
The Coxs River drops around 931m over its 155km length.
The Coxs River flows through Wallerawang Reservoir (869m), Lake Lyell (793m) and flows into Lake Burragorang (130m) on its way to joining the Warragamba River.
15 creeks and rivers flow into the Coxs River. The five longest tributaries are: Wollondilly River, Kowmung River, Butchers Creek, Jenolan River and Kedumba River - click here for a full list of all 15 tributaries of the Coxs River.
The Coxs River is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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