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Peter Faust Dam, Proserpine
Australia

The Peter Faust Dam is approx 30min drive from the town of Proserpine. A perfect sport for water sports or to throw in a line for some fresh water fishing. Famous for its Big Barra! There are picnic tables and BBQ's with plenty of room for a ball game on the large grass areas.

Copyright: Jj Pictures
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Uploaded: 16/07/2013
Updated: 28/03/2014
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Tags: dam; proserpine; water ski; fishing; barra; barramundi; ski; boating
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