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The Todd catchment is a dryland river system, whose origins begin begin in the MacDonnell Ranges. The Todd River then flows past the Telegraph Station, almost through the centre of Alice Springs, through Heavitree Gap and continuing on for some distance  before it becomes a tributary of the Hale River, that eventually flows into Lake Eyre in South Australia.1

Throughout Alice Springs there are a number of creeks and waterways that channel the excess water into the Todd River.

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Follow Me on PinterestAlice Springs - 9 January 2010
Water channel running parallel to Stuart Highway, feeds into the Todd River at Heavitree Gap. Water channels join to feed into the Todd River at Heavitree Gap. Water channel running parallel to Stuart Highway.
Chinamans Creek running parallel to Bradshaw Drive. Chinamans Creek running parallel to Bradshaw Drive, Mount Gillen in the background. Close up of the waterway running parallel to Bradshaw Drive, Mount Gillen in the background.
View across Chinaman's Creek.    
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