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The Saxby River in west Queensland starts at an elevation of 298m and ends at an elevation of 16.1m merging with the Flinders River.
The Saxby River drops around 282m over its 1030km length.
The Saxby River flows through Big Crocodile Waterhole (81m), Little Crocodile Waterhole (79m), Barlow Waterhole (76m), Lyrian Waterhole (67m), Sandridge Waterhole (59m), Chain Waterhole (55m) and Earles Camp Waterhole (50m) on its way to joining the Flinders River.
7 creeks and rivers flow into the Saxby River. The five longest tributaries are: Express Creek, Wondoola Creek, Sandy Creek, Cockatoo Creek and Large Anabranch - click here for a full list of all 7 tributaries of the Saxby River.
The Saxby River is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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