"Springhut Creek"

To the north of Robertstown, there is the "Springhut Creek" which commences near the road to Emu Downs & Black Springs, approximately 5 kilometres from the town.

It runs in an easterly direction and empties out onto a flood plain north of Bower.

The creek is predominantly dry, but it has numerous springs along it, however, when there is heavy rain, there can be a considerable amount of water in it.

Below is a selection of photos of the creek.

Photos are taken approximately 5 kilometres north of Robertstown at the floodway where the creek crosses it.
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The water as seen from a vehicle.

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The indicator shows the depth.

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Looking west along the creek.

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Looking east along the creek.

Photos are taken approximately 10 kilometres east of Robertstown east of Gavin Rodda's Place.

(Sorry for the quality of these photos)

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The empty creek.

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The water approaching.

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The arrival of the water.

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There it goes.


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