Zhob River (Pashto: ژوب سيند; Urdu: دریائے ژوب) is located in Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The total length of the Zhob River is 410 km, and it flows on a generally northeasterly course.
|province||Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa|
|Source||Near Tsari Mehtarazai|
|- location||Khajuri Kach|
|Length||410 km (255 mi)|
The Zhob River originates in the Kan Metarzai range (Tsari Mehtarazai Pass). It passes about 4 km west of the city of Zhob. As a tributary of the Gomal River, which it joins near Khajuri Kach, it forms a part of the Indus River Basin.
The Zhob River is used to irrigate the land in northern Balochistan along with the Gomal River, making the fertile soil available for agriculture. Although in the 1960s and 1970s degradation of the channel of the Zhob decreased the irrigable acreage.