|Mouth||confluence with the Burdekin River|
|Basin area||2900 km²|
The Basalt River in North Queensland, Australia rises on the eastern slopes of the Great Dividing Range and flows into the Burdekin River about 60 km north of Charters Towers. The river has a length of 160 km and a catchment size of 2,900 km².
The river catchment is mostly used for livestock grazing. The river contains a number of large, permanent, deep and clear waterholes.
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