|Between Poonindie and North Shields|
|Length||26 miles (42 km)|
|⁃ location||Spencer Gulf|
|Waterbodies||Tod River Reservoir|
The river was named on 20 May 1839 by a group exploring Spencer Gulf in the schooner Victoria after Robert Tod, one of the exploration party. Victoria spent April and May 1839 surveying for land in the Spencer Gulf region.