Map of Lennard River, WA

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The Lennard River in northeast Western Australia starts below King Leopold Ranges at an elevation of 342m and ends at an elevation of 40.7m merging with the Meda River.

The Lennard River drops around 301m over its 180km length.

The following creeks and rivers flow into the Lennard River: Barker River, Richenda River, Mount North Creek, Broome Creek and Surprise Creek.

The Lennard River is highlighted in yellow on the map below.

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