Paroo

Paroo
/ˈparu/ (say 'pahrooh)

noun
a river which rises in south-western Qld and then flows southerly to north-western NSW; in wet times it flows to join the Darling near Wilcannia. 530 km.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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