Ouse may refer to:

  • the town of Ouse, Tasmania, Australia

and in the United Kingdom to:

  • the River Ouse, Yorkshire
  • The River Ouse, Sussex
  • The Ouse, an estuary on Shapinsay, in the Orkney Islands
  • The River Great Ouse in East Anglia
  • The River Little Ouse, a tributary of the River Great Ouse
  • The River Ouseburn, Tyne and Wear
  • The MV River Ouse, an Empire F type coaster in service with R H Hunt & Sons, Hull, 1947-52.

Other articles related to "ouse":

The Ouse
... The Ouse is a tidal estuary in northern Shapinsay, Orkney Islands ... The Ouse is fed by small rivulets and upland springs that rise on the western part of the island's northeast spur ...
Topographical Areas Of Yorkshire - Drainage
... by rivers which empty their waters into the River Ouse which reaches the North Sea via the Humber Estuary ... The most northerly of the rivers in the Ouse system is the Swale, which drains Swaledale before passing through Richmond and meandering across the Vale of Mowbray ... The Ouse is the name given to the river after its confluence with the Ure at Ouse Gill Beck ...
Ouse, Tasmania - James Goodwin
... Ouse is the settlement where convicts James Goodwin and Thomas Connolly broke out of the South West Wilderness four weeks after their escape from Sarah Island ...
Little Ouse Headwaters Project
... The Little Ouse Headwaters Project (LOHP) was set up in 2002 by local residents to promote conservation and enjoyment of the fenland habitats bordering the upper reaches of the River Little Ouse, which lies on ... The Little Ouse Headwaters Project won the CIWEM/RSPB Living Wetlands Award in 2006 ... Both the River Waveney and the River Little Ouse have their sources at Redgrave Fen ...
Lewes Brooks
... The site is situated to the south of Lewes and west of the River Ouse on a flood plain, and contains many invertebrates, including beetles, snails, and flies ... Lewes Brooks is where the Falmer-Glynde and the Ouse valleys meet ... The Upper and Lower Rises are the remains of the chalk uplands eroded by the Ouse ...