The Abercrombie River is a river in New South Wales, Australia. The Goulburn to Oberon Road is a New South Wales country road linking Goulburn near the Hume Highway to Oberon. For a topic outline on this subject see List of basic Australia topics. Its closest airport is the American River in Southern NWS. The river flows through freehold land as well as the Abercrombie River National Park area, which provide important habitats for platypus and rakali. Abercrombie River is a national park in New South Wales, Australia, located 138 km west of Sydney. The Platypus ( Ornithorhynchus anatinus) is a semi- aquatic Mammal endemic to eastern Australia, including Tasmania. The Rakali ( Hydromys chrysogaster) also known as the Native Water Rat or Water Rat, is an Australian native Rodent. 
The Goulburn-Oberon Road crosses the Abercrombie River in the steep-sided Abercrombie Gorge. The Goulburn to Oberon Road is a New South Wales country road linking Goulburn near the Hume Highway to Oberon.
The Abercrombie is a tributary of the Lachlan River, which it joins at Wyangala lake, formed by Wyangala Dam, near Cowra. The Lachlan River is a significant River in central New South Wales, Australia. Wyangala Dam the second water storage project to be constructed by the Water Conservation and Irrigation Commission of N Cowra is a town in the Central West