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The Brodribb River in southeast Victoria starts at an elevation of 334m and ends flowing into the Fat Cow Creek.
The Brodribb River drops around 337m over its 105km length.
The Brodribb River flows into Lake Curlip (1m) on its way to joining the Fat Cow Creek.
22 creeks and rivers flow into the Brodribb River. The five longest tributaries are: Snowy River, Cabbage Tree Creek, Goongerah Creek, Rich River and Sardine Creek - click here for a full list of all 22 tributaries of the Brodribb River.
The Brodribb River is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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