Bemm River

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   Река Bemm River
Mouth of the Bemm River at Sydenham Inlet, 2006.
Длина 58 км (36 миль) км
Устье: 37,7644° ю. ш. 148,9769° в. д.:

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The Bemm River is a perennial river, located in the East Gippsland region of the Australian state of Victoria.

Course and features[править]

Formed by the confluence of the Errinundra and Combienbar rivers, the Bemm River rises below near Boulder Flat, northwest of the town of Шаблон:VICcity. The river flows generally south then south by east, through the Bemm River Scenic Reserve and the Cape Conran Coastal Park, joined by the Goolengook and McKenzie rivers and six minor tributaries, before reaching its mouth with Bass Strait via Sydenham Inlet in the Shire of East Gippsland, near the settlement of Шаблон:VICcity. The river descends 165 метра (541 фута) over its 58 километра (36 миль) course.[1]

The catchment area comprises mainly public land, including Errinundra National Park and the Lind National Park. These areas have a broad range of ecosystems including cool and warm temperate rainforest, ancient wet eucalypt forest, coastal heathland and banksia woodland. The Bemm River catchment area is managed by the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority.


The name of the river is derived from the Aboriginal words binn or birn of the Gunai people, meaning "fish hawk".[2]

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External links[править]

Шаблон:Rivers of the East Gippsland catchment Шаблон:Rivers of Victoria