|King Plains Creek, Dungeon Creek|
Concrete bridge over the Belubula River in Carcoar
|Name origin: Aboriginal: stony river; big lagoon|
|State||New South Wales|
|Region||IBRA: South Eastern Highlands|
|Municipalities||Bathurst, Blayney, Cabonne|
|Part of||Murray–Darling basin|
|- left||Coombing Creek, Mandurama Ponds, Limestone Creek (New South Wales), Jacks Creek (New South Wales)|
|- right||Cadiangullong Creek, Swallow Creek, Panuara Rivulet, Nyrang Creek|
|- location||south of Vittoria|
|- elevation||936 m (3,071 ft)|
|- location||east of Gooloogong|
|- elevation||262 m (860 ft)|
|Length||165 km (103 mi)|
Location and features
The river rises south of Vittoria, mid–way between Bathurst and Orange and generally flows south and west, joined by eight minor tributaries, flowing through Carcoar Lake where its flow is regulated, before reaching its mouth at the Lachlan River, east of Gooloogong; dropping 674 metres (2,211 ft) over its course of 165 kilometres (103 mi).
The name is derived from the Australian Aboriginal meaning for stony river or big lagoon. The original inhabitants of the land alongside the Belubula River are the Australian Aborigines of the Wiradjuri clan.
Carcoar Dam, on the Belubula River
- "Belubula River". Geographical Names Register (GNR) of NSW. Geographical Names Board of New South Wales. Retrieved 13 January 2013.
- "Map of Belubula River". Bonzle.com. Retrieved 13 January 2013.
- "Cultural heritage". Lachlan Catchment Management Authority. Government of New South Wales. 2013. Retrieved 13 January 2013.
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