Gibb River Road Crossing
|Main source||248 metres (814 ft)|
|River mouth||Cambridge Gulf|
|Length||118 kilometres (73 mi)|
|Basin size||29,413 square kilometres (11,356 sq mi)|
The Pentecost rises in the Durack Range and flows north through El Questro Station where it joins the Chamberlain River, then continues north crossing the Gibb River Road, skirts the eastern edge of Drysdale River National Park and later discharges into the west arm of the Cambridge Gulf.
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