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You can drive to the lookout which has spectacular views of Lake Burragorang. ... You can drive to McMahons Lookout via the unsealed Kings Tableland Road south of Wentworth Falls for a different view of Lake Burragorang.
On 30 January 1886, the Mayor of Sydney and the Minister for Public Works officially turned on the flow of Nepean water into the Botany lakes.
Warragamba Dam was designed to deflect slightly as the lake level rises and falls. ... WARRAGAMBA DAM WALL. PROSPECT RESERVOIR. LAKE BURRAGORANG, WHICH IS FORMED BY WARRAGAMBA DAM. <<. <<.
Lake Yarrunga (Kangaroo River arm). 4 5. 7. 6. 8. 2.
Waterbody (artificial). An artificial waterbody is a body of water, including any constructed waterway, canal, inlet, bay, channel, dam, pond, lake or artificial wetland. ... This includes a river, creek, stream, lake, lagoon, natural wetland, estuary,
Height: 56 metres Length: 247 metres Total capacity: 94,300 megalitres Catchment: 130 square kilometres Lake: 8.5 square kilometres. ... Height: 57 metres Length: 405 metres Total capacity: 93,640 megalitres Catchment: 91 square kilometres Lake: 7.8
Power generation involves regular exchange of stored waters between Lake Yarrunga, Bendeela Pondage and Fitzroy Falls Reservoir. < ... 12. Water pumped from the Shoalhaven Scheme is primarily collected from the Lake Yarrunga catchment area.
In a catchment, all rain and run–off water eventually flows to a creek, river, lake or ocean, or into the groundwater system. ... Height: Length: Total capacity: Catchment: Lake:. 66 metres 390 metres 71,790 ML 75 square kilometres 4 square kilometres.
In a catchment, all rain and run–off water eventually flows to a creek, river, lake or ocean, or into the groundwater system. ... Lake Medlow Dam, initially known as Adams Creek Dam, was constructed in 1907 on Adams Creek.
700 metres. Lake Burragorang factsTotal operating capacity (when full):. 2,027,000 megalitres. ... The upper reaches of Lake Burragorang. Printed December 2015 on 100% recycled paper.