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The Fitzroy River, also known to the local Aboriginal people as Raparapa, is located in the West Kimberley region of Western Australia. It has 20 tributaries and its catchment area occupies an area of 93,829 square kilometres (36,228 sq mi), within the Canning Basin and the Timor Sea drainage division. It often floods extensively during the wet season, and is known for its habitat for the critically endangered sawfish.

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  • The Fitzroy River, also known to the local Aboriginal people as Raparapa, is located in the West Kimberley region of Western Australia. It has 20 tributaries and its catchment area occupies an area of 93,829 square kilometres (36,228 sq mi), within the Canning Basin and the Timor Sea drainage division. It often floods extensively during the wet season, and is known for its habitat for the critically endangered sawfish.
  • The Fitzroy Riveris located in the West Kimberley region of Western Australia. It has 20 tributaries and its catchment area occupies an area of 93,829 square kilometres (36,228 sq mi), within the Canning Basin and the Timor Sea drainage division. It often floods extensively during the wet season, and is known for its habitat for the critically endangered sawfish.
  • The Fitzroy River is located in the West Kimberley region of Western Australia. It has 20 tributaries and its catchment occupies an area of 93,829 square kilometres (36,228 sq mi), within the Canning Basin and the Timor Sea drainage division. It often floods extensively during the wet season, and is known as the major remaining habitat for the critically endangered sawfish.
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  • Fitzroy River (Western Australia)
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  • The Fitzroy River, also known to the local Aboriginal people as Raparapa, is located in the West Kimberley region of Western Australia. It has 20 tributaries and its catchment area occupies an area of 93,829 square kilometres (36,228 sq mi), within the Canning Basin and the Timor Sea drainage division. It often floods extensively during the wet season, and is known for its habitat for the critically endangered sawfish.
  • The Fitzroy Riveris located in the West Kimberley region of Western Australia. It has 20 tributaries and its catchment area occupies an area of 93,829 square kilometres (36,228 sq mi), within the Canning Basin and the Timor Sea drainage division. It often floods extensively during the wet season, and is known for its habitat for the critically endangered sawfish.
  • The Fitzroy River is located in the West Kimberley region of Western Australia. It has 20 tributaries and its catchment occupies an area of 93,829 square kilometres (36,228 sq mi), within the Canning Basin and the Timor Sea drainage division. It often floods extensively during the wet season, and is known as the major remaining habitat for the critically endangered sawfish.
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