Stewarts River

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Stewarts River
StateNew South Wales
IBRANSW North Coast
DistrictMid North Coast
local government areaMid-Coast Council
Physical characteristics
SourceBig Nellie, in Coorabakh National Park
 ⁃ locationwest of the village of Hannam Vale
 ⁃ elevation555 m (1,821 ft)
MouthWatson Taylors Lake
 ⁃ location
south of Camden Haven
 ⁃ elevation
10 m (33 ft)
Length62 km (39 mi)
Basin features
 ⁃ leftCamden Haven River
National ParkCoorabakh NP, Crowdy Bay NP

Stewarts River, a mostly perennial stream of the Mid North Coast region, is located in New South Wales, Australia.

Course and features[edit]

Stewarts River rises on the northern slopes of Big Nellie within Coorabakh National Park, west of the village of Hannam Vale, and flows generally east by south and then east, joined by the Camden Haven River, before reaching its mouth at Watson Taylors Lake, south of Camden Haven. The river descends 132 metres (433 ft) over its 62 kilometres (39 mi) course.[1]

Stewarts River is transversed by the Pacific Highway north of the village of Johns River, between Coopernook and Kew.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Map of Stewarts River, NSW". Bonzle Digital Atlas of Australia. Retrieved 3 March 2013.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 31°43′S 152°36′E / 31.717°S 152.600°E / -31.717; 152.600