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Two River Junction
Australia

The Two River Junction in Wentworth is the location where the two largest rivers of Australia join. Between 1890 and 1900 Wentworth was the largest river port in Australia for the large number of paddle steamers travelling the Darling and Murray rivers. The Darling river measures 2,844 kilometres including the longest tributary, or 1,472 kilometers from its source to the two river junction at Wentworth. At Wentworth the Darling River flows into the 2,375 kilometres long Murray River which stretches from the Australian Alps to Lake Alexandrina in South Australia.

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Uploaded: 13/11/2010
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Tags: murray river; river junction; new south wales; australia; darling river
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