Channel Country-A Fascinating Part of Australia

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The Lake Eyre Basin covers almost one sixth of Australia at 1.2 million square kilometres across Queensland, South Australia and the Northern Territory and NSW, but 60,000 people live in the Basin, which is one of the world’s largest internally draining river systems.
  
 


A Moderate Flood Warning for Cooper Creek and Minor Flood Warning for the Thomson River, is current, as is a Moderate Flood Warning for Eyre Creek and a Flood Warning for the lower Diamantina River.

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