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Lake Hindmarsh
Victoria

Protected as a Lake Reserve, Lake Hindmarsh is the largest freshwater lake in Victoria and is extremely popular for holiday makers and wildlife. Fringed by ancient River Red Gums and fed by the Wimmera River, this huge lake is shared by parrots, pelicans, sea eagles, anglers and water sports enthusiasts alike. The Wimmera River originates on the Great Dividing Range near Beaufort and ends in a series of terminal lakes, including Lake Hindmarsh, Lake Albacutya and finally, the Wyperfeld flood plains.

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