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The Frew River in the east of the Northern Territory starts at an elevation of 436m and ends at an elevation of 273m flowing into the Walkabout Creek.
The Frew River drops around 163m over its 187km length.
The Frew River flows through Junction Waterhole (374m), Old Police Station Waterhole (354m), Elbow Waterhole (343m), Burrabelly Waterhole (334m), Junction Waterhole (332m), Cockatoo Waterhole (328m), Rooney Waterhole (321m), Woodenjerrie Waterhole (308m), Lubillabulderra Waterhole (Marktree Waterhole) (299m) and Cooriwarra Waterhole (Sandhole Waterhole) (294m) on its way to joining the Walkabout Creek.
The following creeks and rivers flow into the Frew River: Lennee Creek and Mia Mia Creek.
The Frew River is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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