Nerang River

The Nerang River is a river that begins in the McPherson Range in the Gold Coast hinterland and runs through Gold Coast City in South East Queensland, Australia. It starts in the Numinbah Valley on the New South Wales border and heads north, then east where it flows through Nerang and onto the Gold Coast Broadwater at Southport on the Gold Coast.

The Nerang River catchment covers an area of 490 kmĀ², with it only covering 250 km.

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Gold Coast Broadwater
... Stradbroke Island, the original body of water was a lagoon created from water deposited from the Nerang River ... The entrance of the Nerang River was at Main Beach in the late 19th century but by the 1980s had moved about 6 km northwards ... The Gold Coast Seaway was completed in 1986 to stabilise the location of the Nerang River Entrance ...
Nerang River - Boatramps
... Nerang River Boatramps open to the public are located at Waterways Drive at Main Beach, Budds Beach, Evandale, on the Isle of Capri, TE Peters Drive at ...
Surfers Paradise, Queensland - History
... (32 ha) farm on the northern bank of the Nerang River, close to present-day Cavill Avenue ... was serviced before then only by Meyer's Ferry at the Nerang River ... Elston was no longer cut off by the river and speculators began buying land around Elston and Burleigh Heads ...

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