Aberfoyle River, a perennial stream, watercourse that is part of the Clarence River (New South Wales), Clarence River catchment, is located in the New England (New South Wales), New England and Northern Tablelands districts of New South Wales, Australia.

Course and features

Aberfoyle River rises on the slopes of the Great Dividing Range, at Llangothlin, New South Wales, Llangothlin, north of Guyra, New South Wales, Guyra, and flows generally south southeast, east southeast, northeast, and east northeast, joined by three minor tributary, tributaries towards its confluence with the Guy Fawkes River, below Chaelundi Mountain, within Guy Fawkes River National Park. The river descends over its watercourse, course. The ''Devils Chimney'' in the Aberfoyle River gorge was declared an Aboriginal Place on 8 August 1980. An Aboriginal Place is an area of special significance to Indigenous Australians, Aboriginal culture and declaration provides recognition of the significance of the area and its heritage values which relate to traditions, observances, customs, beliefs or history of Aboriginal people.

See also

* Rivers of New South Wales


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