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Picture relating to Blue Lake - titled 'Blue Lake old pumping station'
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Picture relating to Narrabeen Lakes - titled 'Narrabeen Lakes - paddling 1'
Picture relating to Narrabeen Lakes - titled 'Narrabeen Lakes - paddling 2'
Picture relating to Blue Lake - titled 'Blue Lake'
Picture relating to Blue Lake - titled 'Close-up of the water of Blue Lake'
Picture relating to Lake Colac - titled 'Lake Colac'
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Picture relating to Lake Corangamite - titled 'Lake Corangamite'

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Blue Lake old pumping station

contributed by PublicD, taken on 1 February 2004
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