|Name origin: Aboriginal Dharug language meaning 'black rocks'|
|State||New South Wales|
|Region||Greater Metropolitan Sydney|
|Part of||Georges River|
|- left||Still Creek (New South Wales)|
|- right||Heathcote Creek, Forbes Creek (New South Wales)|
|- location||near Darkes Forest|
|- elevation||353 m (1,158 ft)|
|- location||between Como and Illawong|
|Length||36 km (22 mi)|
|Basin||174 km2 (67 sq mi)|
|Weirs and dams||Woronora Dam (1942)|
The Woronora River has its origin from Waratah Rivulet, near Darkes Forest, and generally flows north for approximately 36 kilometres (22 mi) into its mouth at the Georges River, between Como and Illawong.
There is also a crossing at the area known as "The Needles", near Woronora Rd in Engadine, linking to Barden Ridge. This crossing is closed to vehicles.
Water supply 
The river is dammed by Woronora Dam, which forms part of the water supply system for Sydney.
Woronora Bridge, view towards Sutherland
See also 
- Woronora River Stormwater Management Plan, commissioned by Sutherland Shire Council, September 2000.
- Woronora River Floodplain Management Study, commissioned by Sutherland Shire Council, September 1995.
- The Woronora River at "The Great Kai'mia Way"
- Map of Woronora River, NSW at Bonzle.com.
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