|Basin countries||Victoria, Australia|
The Betka River is a river of Gippsland in southeastern Victoria, Australia. For part of its length it flows through Croajingolong National Park before entering Bass Strait to the west of Mallacoota. It lends its name to the scarce Betka Bottlebrush which is found in one place along the river.
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