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The Georgina River flows through the Northern Territory and Queensland and starts at an elevation of 241m and ends at an elevation of 123m flowing into the Paravituari Creek.
The Georgina River drops around 118m over its 2210km length.
The Georgina River flows through Keribobla Waterhole (239m), Grassmere Waterhole (234m), Lake Canellan (225m), Lake Francis (225m), Walbo Waterhole (163m), Waukaba Waterhole (162m), Bakers Lagoon (161m), Tickita Waterhole (157m), Lemo Waterhole (156m), Lake Katherine (152m), Weaner Waterhole (150m), Sandy Waterhole (148m), Muire Waterhole (146m), Dip Waterhole (146m), Yanko Waterhole (145m), Budda Budda Waterhole (144m), Rabbit Waterhole (143m), Longreach Waterhole (142m), Aldeys Waterhole (142m), Midgingar Waterhole (141m), Basin Waterhole (140m), O K Waterhole (137m), Charles Waterhole (135m) and flows into Paravituari Waterhole (125m) on its way to joining the Paravituari Creek.
35 creeks and rivers flow into the Georgina River. The five longest tributaries are: Buckley River, Ranken River, Pituri Creek, Templeton River and Happy Creek - click here for a full list of all 35 tributaries of the Georgina River.
The Georgina River is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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