Suttor River

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Suttor River
Origin Leichhardt Range
Mouth Lake Dalrymple
Basin countries Australia

The Suttor River is a river in Central Queensland, Australia. The Belyando River is its main tributary.[1] The river has its origins in the Leichhardt Range, north west of Glenden.

A stone causeway built across the Suttor River in 1876 remains mostly intact today. It provides a rare example of the road construction techniques and materials employed in the state at the time.[2]

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Coordinates: 20°36′S 147°02′E / 20.600°S 147.033°E / -20.600; 147.033