Fish River (Northern Territory)

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Fish
Location
CountryAustralia
StateNorthern Territory
RegionKatherine Region
Physical characteristics
Mouthconfluence with the Daly River
Basin size1,748 km2 (675 sq mi)

The Fish River is a river in the Northern Territory of Australia. It is a tributary of the Daly River which ultimately flows into the Joseph Bonaparte Gulf which is part of the Timor Sea.

Its catchment covers an area of 1,748.15 km².[1] None of the land within the river's watershed, which is covered by woodlands and melaleuca forest, has been cleared of its vegetation.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Fish River - Daly River Catchment". Northern Territory Government. Retrieved 18 October 2011.

Coordinates: 13°58′02″S 130°53′03″E / 13.967141°S 130.884129°E / -13.967141; 130.884129