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Brisbane Botanic Gardens: Lake
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This lake is in the newer section of the Brisbane Botanic Gardens. It is next to the subtropical and tropical rainforests. Being further from the main entrance, it is a quiet spot to enjoy the park. Across the lake is the melaleuca wetlands. On this side of the lake are some totem poles.

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Uploaded: 08/12/2012
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