Lake Linlithgow

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5 from 1 users


A shallow brackish lake surrounded by grazing land. Carries only short-finned eel, some redfin and eastern dwarf galaxias. The Lake Linlithgow and Bulrush Swamp Lake Reserve encompasses a number of volcanic lakes, formed by the moulding and weathering of basalt lava flows. These unique volcanic lakes create valuable habitat across the western district, and are particularly important to migratory and non-migratory waterbirds. At more than 1400 ha, Lake Linlithgow contains a variety of vegetation communities including Plains Grassland, Brackish Wetland and saltmarsh. No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -37.738104 Lng: 142.22421

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Very low and shallow, very salty


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