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Eastern Creek in east New South Wales starts below Sugarloaf Ridge at an elevation of 116m and ends at an elevation of 2.78m merging with the South Creek.
The Eastern Creek drops around 113m over its 30.2km length.
Eastern Creek is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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