De Grey River
|Origin||confluence of Nullagine River and Oakover River|
|Mouth||Breaker Inlet, Indian Ocean|
|Length||193 kilometres (120 mi)|
|Source elevation||129 metres (423 ft)|
|Mouth elevation||sea level|
|Avg. discharge||3.9 GL/annum |
|Basin area||56,720 square kilometres (21,900 sq mi)|
The river rises south of Callawa at the confluence of the Oakover and the Nullagine rivers and flows in a west-north-westerly direction eventually discharging into the Indian Ocean via Breaker Inlet about 80 km north-east of Port Hedland.
The river flows through many semi-permanent pools of water on the way to the coast, including Yukerakine Pool, Muccanoo Pool, Talyirina Pool, Wardoomoondener Pool and Triangle Pool.
- Western Australian Land Information Authority. "History of river names". Retrieved 3 September 2011.
- "Bonzle Digital Atlas – Map of De Grey River". 2009. Retrieved 3 February 2009.
- "Australian Government - Bureau of Meteorology - De Grey River Basin". 2008. Retrieved 3 February 2009.
- "Australian Natural Resources Atlas – De Grey River". 2007. Retrieved 3 February 2009.
- Hasluck, Paul (1929) The first year in the North-West.(Account of the cutter Mystery and the barque Tien Tsin in taking stock for Walter Padbury and Henry Welland to De Grey in 1863, principally from the diaries of Charles Nairn and William Shakespeare Hall).Journal and proceedings (Western Australian Historical Society) Vol.1, pt.4 (1929), p.1-16,
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