We drove down to Little Laura River, parked the vehicle outside Olive Vale next to the bridge and walked down to the river where there was water and hopefully no crocodiles. There was no gold either but we sat on the bank under the bridge in the shade and searched the sandy banks under us. It was a beautiful river
The Little Laura River in north Queensland starts near Red Bluff at an elevation of 175m and ends at an elevation of 69m merging with the Laura River. The Little Laura River drops around 106m over its 54.8km length. 6 creeks and rivers flow into the Little Laura River. The five longest tributaries are: Sandy Creek, Pine Tree Creek, Shepherd Creek, Yellowwood Creek and Flying Fox Creek – click here for a full list of all 6 tributaries of the Little Laura River.
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