Location of Bremer River basin with Queensland
The study area, with a total catchment of about 2032 km2, encompasses the Bremer River and its tributaries. The area is bound by the Little Liverpool Range to the west, the Great Dividing Range to the south and south-west, and the Teviot Range to the east.
The general direction of flow of most major tributaries including Franklin Vale, Warrill, Reynolds, Purga and Bundamba creeks is to the north and north-east.
The Bremer River flows in a northerly direction until near Rosewood, where it turns east and meanders through Ipswich to join the Brisbane River system at Adopted Middle Thread Distance (AMTD) approximately 73 km.
In the 53 subsections surveyed, 103 ‘full survey’ sites and no ‘photograph only’ sites were recorded.
State of the Rivers report
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Last updated 28 September 2009