Junction of the Bogie River and Kirknie Creek Aggregation DOIW
20 degrees 0' 16" S, 147 degrees 18' 7" E. Approximately 50 kilometres SSW of Ayr, in the Bogie subcatchment of the Burdekin catchment.
The site provides a good representative example of a permanent waterhole at the lower end of an intermittent stream system. The site may be a regionally important refuge for the fish species characteristic of intermittent tropical streams. The aquatic beds are dense and varied, with a number of species being important food plants for water birds. It is probable that the site provides a refuge for water birds in times of drought. The tall riparian closed forest on a sandy terrace on the northern side of the junction is an unusual example of an uncommon vegetation type.
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