An aerial photograph of the Nattai River to form Lake Burragorang, in 2012.
|State||New South Wales|
|Region||Sydney Basin (IBRA), Southern Highlands|
|Source||Mittagong Range, Great Dividing Range|
|⁃ location||south of Mittagong|
|⁃ elevation||452 m (1,483 ft)|
|Mouth||confluence with the Wollondilly River to form Lake Burragorang|
|116 m (381 ft)|
|Length||51 km (32 mi)|
|River system||Hawkesbury-Nepean catchment|
|⁃ left||Wanganderry Creek, Allum River|
|⁃ right||Rocky Waterholes Creek, Martins Creek (Wollondilly), Little River, Gillans Creek|
|National park||Nattai National Park|
Course and features
The Nattai River rises on the Mittagong Range within the Great Dividing Range, south of Mittagong, and flows generally north northwest and then north northeast, joined by nine tributaries including the Little River, before reaching its confluence with the Wollondilly River within Lake Burragorang southwest of the locality of Nattai. The river descends 336 metres (1,102 ft) over its 51-kilometre (32 mi) course.
- "Nattai River Subcatchment" (PDF). Hawkesbury Nepean River Health Strategy. Hawkesbury Nepean Catchment Management Authority. 2008. pp. 89–91.