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Burrendong Dam


Here we go, Lake Burrendong as it is today.  That's much better than the miserable 25% full puddle of a few years ago.

We also saw another town.  Visit Mumbil at 100 Towns.

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  1. Again, very lush and the dam is so full.

    My memories of Lake Burrendong are from the late eighties, when I went to the Sport & Rec camp with my primary school. That was quite an adventure for a city kid!

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  2. Very pretty. I love dams or lakes so calming and picturesque. Thanks for getting rid of WV many others are complaining about it too.

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