I've written before about the Great Lake, statistics below in 2016, but it was good to see the level of the lake a bit higher than in that drought year.
The last photo is of an outdoor loo at Arthur's Lake. There will be photos of some of the shacks or houses next post.
The header photo was taken in Bogan Road near Liffy on the way home on the day trip.
The Great Lake is a natural lake and man-made reservoir that is located in the central northern region of Tasmania, Australia.
Area: 114 km² Surface elevation: 1,030 m
Length: 22 km
Catchment area: 399 km²
Year built: 1967
Outflow location: Shannon River
We ventured up to the lake and surrounding areas on Sunday to see how low the water level was. The lake supplies water for some of the Hydro Power to Tasmanian's.
The lake is very low for this time of year.
In the photos you will see where the normal level is expected to be.