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The Thomas River in west Western Australia starts at an elevation of 463m and ends near Police Station Woolshed at an elevation of 294m merging with the Gascoyne River.
The Thomas River drops around 169m over its 127km length.
The Thomas River flows through Murrumburra Pool (329m) on its way to joining the Gascoyne River.
The following creeks and rivers flow into the Thomas River: Coondoondoo Creek and Pink Hills Creek.
The Thomas River is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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