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Drainage basins of Austria:
  Rhine    Danube    Elbe

This is a list of rivers (or tributaries thereof) at least partially located in Austria. Nearly all of Austria is drained by the Danube into the Black Sea; the rest flow into the North Sea. Rivers are listed twice, first by basin, then alphabetically.

Within basins, rivers that flow into the sea are listed alphabetically. Rivers that flow into other rivers are sorted by the proximity of their points of confluence to the sea (the lower in the list, the more upstream). Rivers which themselves do not flow through Austria, but have tributaries that do so (e.g. Vltava) are listed in italics. The Austrian namens are given in brackets, (e.g. Rhine (Rhein)).

By basin

Draining into the Black Sea

Draining into the North Sea

Alphabetical list

Ager, Aist, Aldranser Bach, Alfenz, Alm, Almbach, Alvier, Antiesen, Arbesbach, Archbach, Aschach, Aurach, Berchtesgadener Ache, Bolgenach, Brandenberger Ache, Bregenzer Ach, Breitach, Brixentaler Ache, Brunnbach, Danube, Dornbirner Ach, Drava, Dürre Ager, Enns, Erlauf, Erzbach, Fallbach (Inn, Innsbruck), Fallbach (Inn, Baumkirchen), Fischa, Fischach, Fischbach (Linder), Fischbach (Weiße Traun), Fornacher Redlbach, Fotscherbach, Frutz, Fuscher Ache, Gaflunerbach, Gail, Gailbach, Gailitz, Galina, Gampbach, German Thaya, Geroldsbach, Gießenbach, Gießgraben, Glan, Glanfurt, Gleirschbach, Gölsen, Großache, Gschnitzbach, Gurglbach, Gurk, Gusen, Hartbach, Höttinger Bach, Ill, Inn, Innbach, Isar, Kainach, Kaiserbach, Kamp, Kelchsauer Ache, Kieferbach, Kitzbühler Ache, Klausbach, Krems (Lower Austria), Krems (Upper Austria), Krimmler Ache, Krottenbach [ceb; de; sv], Lafnitz, Lammer, Lanser Bach, Laudach, Lavant, Lech, Leckner Ach, Ledava, Leiblach, Leitha, Leoganger Ache, Leutascher Ache, Lindenbach, Litz, Lizumbach, Lohbach, Loisach, Lužnice, Malše, Melach, Meng, Metnitz, Mieß, Möll, Mölsbach, Morava, Moravian Thaya, Mühlauer Bach, Mur, Mürz, Myrabach, Navisbach, Neualmbach (also called Neualpbach), Northern Taurach, Oberach, Obernberger Seebach, Ötztaler Ache, Pesnica, Piesting, Pinka, Pitten, Pitze, Rába, Rabnitzbach, Ranna, Rhine, Rißbach, Ruetz, Saalach, Salza, Salzach, Samina, Sanna, Schlossbach, Schwarza, Schwarzlofer, Schwechat, Seeache, Sill, Sistranser Bach, Steinbach, Steyr, Subersach, Sulm, Taugl, Thaya, Tiroler Achen, Traisen, Traun, Triesting, Tuffbach, Viggarbach, Vils, Vöckla, Vomperbach, Wattenbach, Weiherburgbach, Weißach, Weißache, Weißbach, Weißenbach, Wien, Windauer Ache, Wulka, Ybbs, Zeller Ache, Zeller Bach, Ziller