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The Murray is the third longest navigable river in the world, after the Amazon and Nile
Total length is 2520 kilometres from its source in the Upper Murray and the Kosciusko National Park,it is continuously navigable for 1986 kilometres from Goolwa to Yarrawonga
It spans three states - Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia
The river has 4 major dams, 16 storage weirs and 15 navigable locks, it is the major domestic water supply for over 1.5 million households
Along with its tributaries, the Murray is part of the third largest water catchment on earth.

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