Robinson River (Western Australia)

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Robinson River
Country Australia
Basin
Main source 152 metres (499 ft)[1]
River mouth Stokes Bay
sea level
Basin size 3,329 square kilometres (1,285 sq mi)[2]
Physical characteristics
Length 107 kilometres (66 mi)

The Robinson River is a river in the Kimberley of Western Australia.

The headwaters of the river rise below the Van Emmerick Range and then flow in a westerly direction through Moondoma Yards, Holmans Crossing and Oombagooma then discharging into the Indian Ocean via Stokes Bay approximately 50 kilometres (31 mi) North of Derby.

There are six tributaries to the Robinson River including; Keightly River, Mondooma Creek, Pardaboora River, Tarraji River and Townshend River.

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Coordinates: 16°49′14″S 123°57′03″E / 16.82056°S 123.95083°E / -16.82056; 123.95083