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The Russell River in south Tasmania starts below Snowy North at an elevation of 1110m and ends at an elevation of 20.4m merging with the Huon River.
The Russell River drops around 1090m over its 30km length.
The Kemps Creek flows into the Russell River.
The Russell River is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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