Severn River (Queensland)

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Severn River (Queensland)
Perennial river
Country Australia
States Queensland, New South Wales
Region IBRA: New England Tablelands
District New England
Municipality Glen Innes Severn
Part of Macintyre River, Murray–Darling basin
Source
 - location near Stanthorpe, Queensland
 - elevation 784 m (2,572 ft)
Mouth Dumaresq River
 - location near Riverside, New South Wales
 - elevation 375 m (1,230 ft)
Length 90 km (56 mi)
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The Severn River, in Queensland, is a small river that rises in the Sundown National Park which joins the Dumaresq River near the Tenterfield Creek and Glenlyon Dam road. The Dumaresq flows into the Macintyre River. The Severn river (Qld) is often noted as the ultimate source of the Darling River.

The Severn River is one of the Border Rivers and ought not be confused with the nearby New South Wales river of the same name that flows directly into the Macintyre River.

River Red Gums, she-oaks, melaleucas and bottlebrushes can all be found along the river.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Map of Severn River". Bonzle.com. Retrieved 11 February 2013. 
  2. ^ Rankin, Robert. (1992) Secrets of the Scenic Rim. pp 55 - 74. Rankin Publishers p. 19. ISBN 0-9592418-3-3

Coordinates: 28°40′04.15″S 150°27′44.2″E / 28.6678194°S 150.462278°E / -28.6678194; 150.462278