| Billabong Creek ： ウィキペディア英語版|
The Billabong Creek, a party perennial stream〔 of the Murray River catchment within the Murray-Darling basin, is located in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia.
At (with some estimates ranging up to 〔), Billabong Creek is believed to be the longest creek in the world.
==Course and features==
Formed by the confluence of the Yarra Yarra Creek and Little Billabong Creek, Billabong Creek rises on the Great Dividing Range, north of Holbrook, and flows generally west, northwest, and west, joined by sixteen minor tributaries before reaching its confluence with the Edward River, at Moulamein. The creek descends 〔 over its course.
From source to mouth, the creek passes through the towns of Morven, Culcairn, Walbundrie, Rand, Jerilderie, Conargo, Wanganella, and Moulamein.
The creek has a catchment area of and is the main present drainange line between the Murray and the Murrumbidgee rivers. Alluvial deposits from the system fill a long narrow paleovalley that extends for about between Garryowen to Walla Walla.
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