Salt Pan Creek
Salt Pan Creek is a small creek located in the Salt Pan Creek catchment area, in south-western Sydney. It is located between the suburbs of Padstow and Riverwood and feeds into the Georges River. The catchment area covers about 26 km2, with 11.7 km2 of this being located in the local government area of Bankstown. The creek is now subject to flooding due to vegetation modification and urban development.
Salt Pan Creek was named after a popular watering place on the Kentish coast in England. See Salt Pan Creek: Name Origin for more information.
- Stormwater management planning - DECC
- "Bankstown City Council - Salt Pan Creek". http://www.bankstown.nsw.gov.au/Salt-Pan-Creek/default.aspx.