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The Smithburne River in west Queensland starts at an elevation of 59m and flows into the Arafura Sea of the Indian Ocean.
The Smithburne River drops around 60.3m over its 256km length.
The Smithburne River flows through Bird Waterhole (26m), Blackfellow Lagoon (23m) and Wombies Lagoon (23m).
The following creeks and rivers flow into the Smithburne River: Gilbert River, Lily Creek and Duck Creek.
The Smithburne River is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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