|Origin||North of Mount Erong|
|Length||36 kilometres (22 mi)|
|Source elevation||383 metres (1,257 ft)|
|Mouth elevation||346 metres (1,135 ft)|
The headwaters of the Landor rise north of Mount Erong The river flows north until it merges with the Gascoyne River of which it is a tributary. The junction of the two rivers is close to the Landor Station homestead.
The Landor has two tributaries; Flinerty Creek and Fleury Creek.
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