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Flinders

 

a river in northern Australia. The Flinders originates on the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range and empties in two branches into the Gulf of Carpentaria. It is 830 km long and drains an area of 108,000 sq km. The mean flow rate is 16 cu m per sec. High water occurs from January to March; low water occurs from June to October, when all but the lower course of the river dries up.

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His name is associated with Flinders Station in Melbourne, Flinders Ranges in South Australia and the town of Flinders Victoria.
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Given the gloomy conditions, Flinders managed to pull of a fine save, diving to his right to palm away a stinging Halliday shot five minutes after the restart.
The Flinders Ranges Council allowed a Bendigo Bank agency to operate from the office.
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In relation to his exploration of the south coast of New Holland in the Investigator in 1802, Flinders was instructed,