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Spillway Creek Lake Argyle

contributed by GraemeReid, taken in May 2011
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Not just a gentle flowing creek but a raging torrent complete with violent rapids. Taken from the single lane bridge on the road to Ord River Dam. The bridge spans Spillway Creek which carries the excess water from Lake Argyle when the dam is full. This creek is apart from the regular outlet below the Ord River dam. When the dam water is lowered, this creek ceases to flow. The water that passes along Spillway Creek bypasses the outlets below the Ord River Dam and joins the Ord River further down

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