Hill River (Western Australia)
Hill River is a river and town in Western Australia.
The river begins south east of Badgingarra and runs for about 55 kilometres (34 mi) to the Indian Ocean north of Cervantes. It was discovered and named by George Grey in 1839; it is not known after whom or what Grey named it.
The town is located on the upper reaches of the watercourse at 30°15’S, 115°20’E.