Posted by barbara on January 8, 2012
Ask the average city dweller to name the largest natural inland lake system in New South Wales and the chances of them nominating Lake Cargelligo on the Lachlan River would be next to zilch!
With a surface area of 1440 hectares and an average depth of 3.7 metres, when full, Lake Cargelligo holds some 36,000 mega litres of water.
No wonder it is such a popular inland boating destination when water levels permit.
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