Playford River (Northern Territory)
Playford River is a river in the Northern Territory of Australia and has a length of 406 km. The river originates near the base of Mount Morgan then flows in a southerly direction before veering west and eventually dicharging into Lake De Burgh. The Playford has three tributaries: Buchanan Creek, Desert Creek and Eastern Creek—as well as a number of permanent waterholes. These include Tobacco waterhole, Ibis waterhole, Upper and Lower Amazon Lagoon and Xmas hole.
- "Northern Australian Pastoral Company". 2012. Retrieved 9 December 2012.
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