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Synonyms for Murrumbidgee

a river of southeastern Australia

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He intended to determine if the 'Hume' River was the same 'mighty Murray' he had entered from the Murrumbidgee River ten years previously.
With his scientific training Bennett studied the birds and animals of the bush from the dingo to the flying squirrel, to the fish of the Murrumbidgee and the kangaroo and the mysterious platypus, and described what he saw with a vivid style.
These watercourses include the present day Lachlan, Murrumbidgee, and Murray Rivers.
Bradfield as engineer-in-charge of the Sydney Harbour bridge and underground rail system; (50) turned on the water of the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (MIA) in the town named after him; (51) and negotiated the establishment of the Newcastle steelworks with Broken Hill Proprietary Company (BHP).
Inter-sectoral Water Options Contracts in the Murrumbidgee Valley.
It used to be below on the alluvial flats of the Murrumbidgee, Murray and Lachlan rivers below.
Another tourist hotspot in the vicinity is the Murrumbidgee River Corridor, formed by the joining of the Murumbidgee river that rises in the Snowy Mountains, with the mighty Murray river.
In the context of ongoing concerns about drought, he traces the arrival of Italian immigrants in the early 20th century and their relations with the established Anglo-Celtic residents in what is now known as the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area,.
Murrumbidgee won at Nottingham, while Sweet Gale was successful here, quickening nicely at odds of 14-1.
Wollongong Richmond 109 152 201 230 260 289 316 85 -Tweed Mid-North 144 207 262 297 331 331 387 90 Coast Northern 175 182 179 180 179 175 168 -12 North West 136 140 143 139 135 130 123 -16 Central West 162 165 173 179 182 184 183 5 South 131 153 179 207 235 262 287 80 Eastern Murrumbidgee 140 144 149 154 159 163 165 11 Murray 95 105 111 115 120 122 121 6 New South 4,960 5,532 6,205 6,816 7,560 8,323 9,066 2,250 Wales Source: estimates--Australian Bureau of Statistics; projections-- Department of Planning.
Of the Aborigines inhabiting the Great Lacustrine and Riverine Depression of the Lower Murrumbidgee, Lower Lachlan, and Lower Darling.
In these riparian zones, the grazing and trampling activities of livestock have had major negative impacts on the vegetation and soils of river banks such as in the Murrumbidgee River and its tributary streams in the Murray-Darling Basin of south-eastern Australia, particularly during droughts or even hot, dry periods of the year.