Boyne River (Queensland)
Boyne River is a river in Queensland, Australia. It flows between the twin towns of Boyne Island and Tannum Sands. The river was named by John Oxley as it reminded him of the River Boyne in Ireland. A bridge was built to cross the river joining the two towns in 1980. The river is dammed by the Awoonga Dam which is the major water source for the Gladstone Region.
Burnett River tributary
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