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Cudgegong Valley Region
The Cudgegong river rises of the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range within Wollemi National Park, east of Rylstone, and flows generally west, north-west, and south-west, joined by fourteen tributaries, including Wyaldra Creek and Lawsons Creek, before reaching its confluence with the Macquarie River at Burrendong; Dam descending 425 metres (1,394 ft) over its 250-kilometre (160 m) course.
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