|Name origin: Originally "Crook-ell"; derived from Crookhall, Co. Durham.|
|State||New South Wales|
|Regions||South Eastern Highlands (IBRA), Southern Tablelands, South West Slopes|
|Local government areas||Upper Lachlan, Boorowa|
|Part of||Murray–Darling basin|
|- left||Wheeo Creek|
|Source||Great Dividing Range|
|- location||south of|
|- elevation||619 m (2,031 ft)|
|- location||north–west of Binda and east of Frogmore|
|- elevation||430 m (1,411 ft)|
|Length||78 km (48 mi)|
The Crookwell River is a perennial river that is part of the Lachlan catchment within the Murray–Darling basin, located in the Southern Tablelands and South West Slopes regions of New South Wales, Australia.
Sourced by runoff from the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range, the river rises south of and flows generally northwest by west, joined by one minor tributary, before reaching its confluence with the Lachlan River northwest of Binda and east of Frogmore. The river descends 461 metres (1,512 ft) over its 78-kilometre (48 mi) course.
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