Alexander River (Western Australia)
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|Length||10 kilometres (6 mi)|
|Source elevation||38 metres (125 ft)|
|Mouth elevation||sea level|
The river was named in 1870 by John Forrest, who was surveying the area at the time. He named the river after his brother, Alexander Forrest, who was also a surveyor and later became the Lord Mayor of Perth, Western Australia.
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