Saltwater Creek is a creek on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. It flows from the Nerang National Park to Coombabah Creek which eventually goes out to the Coral Sea.
"Saltwater Creek is a small micro-tidal estuary in the Gold Coast region of Australia. The creek system is approximately 17 km long, flowing from its head headwaters in the Nerang State Forest to the Coombabah Creek estuary confluence which connects to the Coomera River. Its tidal limit is 10.5 km. It is also connected to Coomera River via an anabranch 6.5 km upstream from the confluence. The average width of Saltwater Creek is 30 m with the depth for the first 3 km typically 3 m (below MSL) with the remainder of the creek typically 1 m.
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