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|Main source||103 metres (338 ft)|
|River mouth||Culham Inlet
1 metre (3 ft)
|Basin size||485 square kilometres (187 sq mi)|
|Length||35 kilometres (22 mi)|
The waters of the river are naturally saline. The river drains an area of Archean volcanic and sedimentary rock that is mostly vegetated. The area to the north is hilly and rugged, but the area further south undulates gently.
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- "Estuary Assessment Framework for Non-pristine estuaries - Estuary 638 - Culham Inlet". 2004. Retrieved 16 April 2009.
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