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Floden har en årlig gennemsnitlig vandudstrømning op 3,856 ×10<sup>9</sup> m<sup>3</sup>. Det højest målte er 18 ×10<sup>6</sup> m<sup>3</sup>.<ref name=Griff>{{cite web|url=http://www98.griffith.edu.au/dspace/bitstream/handle/10072/41009/71740_1.pdf?sequence=1|author=Alisha Steward|title=Terrestrial invertebrates of dry river beds are not simply subsets of riparian assemblages|accessdate=31 May 2015|publisher=[[Griffith University]]|display-authors=etal|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20160330121540/http://www98.griffith.edu.au/dspace/bitstream/handle/10072/41009/71740_1.pdf?sequence=1|archive-date=30 March 2016|url-status=live|df=dmy-all}}</ref>
 
TheFlodsengen riverbedbestår is composed ofaf [[silt]] withmed clayler andog sand, sand andog gravel,grus andsamt gravelgrus withmed cobblesten.<ref name="Griff" /> AEn largestor flad lerslette ligger i området, flathvor clayFlinders panRiver, isGregory locatedRiver inog theLeichhardt areaRivers whereløber theud Flinders,i [[GregoryCarpentariabugten. RiverUdmundingen (Australia)|Gregory]]ligger andi området [[LeichhardtGulf RiverPlains Important Bird Area]]s, entersom theer Gulf.udpeget Theaf mouth[[BirdLife ofInternational]], thesom riveret liesvigtigt in thefugleområde ([[Gulf Plains Important Bird Area|IBA]]).<ref>BirdLife International (2011) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Gulf Plains. Downloaded from {{cite web |url=http://www.birdlife.org |title=Archived copy |accessdate=2013-04-13 |url-status=dead |archiveurl=https://www.webcitation.org/5QE8rvIqH?url=http://www.birdlife.org/ |archivedate=10 July 2007 |df=dmy }} on 01/07/2011</ref>
 
InI 2015, theboede populationder livingomkring within6.600 thei catchment was 6,600afvandingsområdet.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.track.org.au/catchments/flinders|title=Flinders River catchment|accessdate=30 May 2015|publisher=TRaCK|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20160714180324/http://www.track.org.au/catchments/flinders|archive-date=14 July 2016|url-status=dead|df=dmy-all}}</ref>
 
==Flora og fauna==
==Historie==
[[File:Edward Jukes Greig - Arrival of Burke & Wills at Flinders River, 1862.jpg|thumb|left|Edward Jukes Greig - Arrival of Burke & Wills at Flinders River, 1862]]
TheHistorisk [[indigenoushar Australian|traditionalområdet owners]]været ofbeboet theaf areade are[[Aboriginere|aboriginske]] thestammer Kalkadoon, Mitakoodi, Kukatj, Guthaarn, Mayi-Yapi, Mayi-Kulan, Mayi-Thakurti, Ngawun, WanamaraWanamarra, Mbara, YirandaliJirandali andog Gugu-Badhun peoples, whosom havehar inhabitedværet thei areaområdet fori thousandstusinder ofaf yearsår.<ref name=sgc/>
 
The Flinders River wasblev namednavngivet ini 1841 byaf Captainkaptajn Wickham andog Lieutenantløjtnant [[John Lort Stokes]] of {{HMS|Beagle}}, intil honourære offor theMatthew explorerFlinders,der Matthewkortlagde kysten, hvor Flinders. StokesRiver chartedudløber, andi surveyed1802. theStokes estuaryopmålte ofog thekortlagde Flindersudmundingen andaf [[AlbertFlinders River (Gulfog Savannah)|Albert]] rivers,River andog namednavngav manymange otheraf featuresstederne ini the areaområdet, includingheriblandt Disaster Inlet, Morning Inlet and theog Van Diemen River.<ref name="gut">{{cite web|url=http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks09/0901071h.html|title=Early Days in North Queensland|year=1903|author=Palmer, Edward|authorlink=Edward Palmer (Australian politician)|publisher=[[Project Gutenberg]]|access-date=30 May 2015|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20150403011135/http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks09/0901071h.html|archive-date=3 April 2015|url-status=live|df=dmy-all}}</ref>
[[Yirandhali language|''Jirandali'']] (also known as ''Yirandali'', ''Warungu'', and ''Yirandhali'') is an [[Australian Aboriginal language]] of [[North West Queensland|North-West Queensland]], particularly the [[Hughenden, Queensland|Hughenden]] area. The language region includes the local government area of the [[Shire of Flinders (Queensland)|Shire of Flinders]], including [[Dutton River]], Flinders River, Mount Sturgeon, [[Barcaldine Region|Caledonia]], [[Richmond, Queensland|Richmond]], [[Corfield, Queensland|Corfield]], [[Winton, Queensland|Winton]], Torrens, Tower Hill, Landsborough Creek, [[Lammermoor, Queensland|Lammermoor]], Hughenden, and [[Tangorin]].<ref>{{Cite SLQ-CC-BY|url=https://maps.slq.qld.gov.au/iyil/view/69?embed=true|title=Guugu Yimithirr|author=|date=|website=Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages map|access-date=28 January 2020}}</ref>
 
[[Robert O'Hara Burke]], [[William John Wills]] andog Charles Gray reachednåede thefloddeltaet river delta ini 1861, completing theog goalnåede ofdermed theirderes [[Burke andog Wills' expeditionekspedition|expeditionekspeditions]] tomål, crossat thekrydse continentkontinentet fromfra southsyd totll northnord. Gray dieddøde on thevej journeytilbage back totil [[Cooper Creek]], andog bothbåde Burke andog Wills dieddøde afterved reachingCooper theCreek, creekda toderes finddepot theirvar depot abandonedvæk.<ref name="gut" />
''[[Wanamara language|Wanamarra]]'' (also known as ''Maykulan'' and ''Wunumura'') is an Australian Aboriginal language in [[North West Queensland]]. The language region includes areas within the [[Shire of Mckinlay|Shire of McKinlay]], [[Shire of Cloncurry]] and [[Shire of Richmond]], including the Flinders River area, and the towns of [[Kynuna]] and [[Richmond, Queensland|Richmond]].<ref>{{Cite SLQ-CC-BY|url=https://maps.slq.qld.gov.au/iyil/view/139|title=Wanamarra|author=|date=|website=Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages map|access-date=5 February 2020}}</ref>
 
Dalleburra (also known as Dalebura, Dal-leyburra, Yirandali) is a language of [[Gulf Country|North-West Queensland]], particularly Lammermoor Station via [[Hughenden, Queensland|Hughenden]]. The Dalleburra language region includes the local government boundaries of the [[Shire of Flinders (Queensland)|Flinders Shire Council]].
 
<ref>{{Cite SLQ-CC-BY|url=https://maps.slq.qld.gov.au/iyil/view/52?embed=true|title=Indigenous languages map of Queensland|author=|date=|website=State Library of Queensland|access-date=5 February 2020}}</ref>
 
The Flinders River was named in 1841 by Captain Wickham and Lieutenant [[John Lort Stokes]] of {{HMS|Beagle}}, in honour of the explorer Matthew Flinders. Stokes charted and surveyed the estuary of the Flinders and [[Albert River (Gulf Savannah)|Albert]] rivers, and named many other features in the area, including Disaster Inlet, Morning Inlet and the Van Diemen River.<ref name=gut>{{cite web|url=http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks09/0901071h.html|title=Early Days in North Queensland|year=1903|author=Palmer, Edward|authorlink=Edward Palmer (Australian politician)|publisher=[[Project Gutenberg]]|access-date=30 May 2015|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20150403011135/http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks09/0901071h.html|archive-date=3 April 2015|url-status=live|df=dmy-all}}</ref>
 
[[Robert O'Hara Burke]], [[William John Wills]] and Charles Gray reached the river delta in 1861, completing the goal of their [[Burke and Wills expedition|expedition]] to cross the continent from south to north. Gray died on the journey back to [[Cooper Creek]], and both Burke and Wills died after reaching the creek to find their depot abandoned.<ref name=gut/>
 
The first [[pastoralism|pastoralist]] to stock country along the Flinders was James Gibson who established Prairie Station in 1861. In 1864 more [[cattle station]]s were established by Gibson including [[Millungera Station|Millungera]] and Taldora Stations.<ref name=gut/>
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