|Location||Nordland county, Norway|
|Max. length||71 kilometres (44 mi)|
|Max. depth||741 metres (2,431 ft)|
The 71-kilometre (44 mi) long fjord begins near the villages of Terråk and Vassås where the Sørfjorden and Tosenfjorden join together. It then flows northwest past Bindalseidet and then southwest past the village of Holm before the mouth of the fjord by the island of Austra.
There are several large arms that branch off of the fjord, including the Ursfjorden to the north and the Kjella and Sørfjorden to the south. The innermost part of the Bindalsfjorden is known as the Tosen. The deepest part of the fjord is by the island of Stavøya where it is 741 metres (2,431 ft) deep.