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Black Gin Creek in south Queensland starts at an elevation of 268m and ends at an elevation of 183m merging with the Little Gin Creek.
The Black Gin Creek drops around 84.4m over its 234km length.
9 creeks and rivers flow into the Black Gin Creek. The five longest tributaries are: Elibank Creek, Stockyard Creek, Collumpton Creek, Saltbush Creek and Ilfracombe Creek - click here for a full list of all 9 tributaries of the Black Gin Creek.
Black Gin Creek is highlighted in yellow on the map below.
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