|Main source||45 metres (148 ft)|
|River mouth||King Sound
|Basin size||3,467 square kilometres (1,339 sq mi)|
|Length||88 kilometres (55 mi)|
The river is formed when the Lennard River splits into two channels just north of Mount Marmion, the other channel being the May River. Continuing to flow westward the river eventually discharges into Stokes Bay, King Sound which is north-east of Derby.
The river was named in 1881 by a pioneer of the area, George Julius Brockman during an expedition in the Kimberley area. The river is named after HMS Meda, an Admiralty surveying vessel that charted the coastline in the area including the river mouth in 1880.
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- "Modelled seabed response to possible climate change scenarios over the next 50 years in the Australian Northwest" (PDF). CSIRO. 1 March 2008. Retrieved 16 January 2014.
- Western Australian Land Information Authority. "History of river names". Archived from the original on 16 February 2015. Retrieved 6 September 2011.
- "AusAnthrop Australian Aboriginal tribal database". 2012. Retrieved 6 May 2012.
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