Mehi River

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The Mehi River is in northern New South Wales, Australia. It begins at the manmade Tareelaroi Weir and runs into the Barwon River. The Mehi is 160 kilometres (99 mi) long.[1] The Mehi River also runs runs through the major town of Moree.

The cotton growing industry gets a lot of its water from the Mehi River. The river is also used for leisure purposes. Water-sking and fishing are popular along the Mehi River.

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  1. "Map of Mehi River in New South Wales - Bonzle Digital Atlas of Australia".