Lake Albacutya Ramsar Site
The Lake Albacutya Ramsar Site is located approximately 400 kilometres north-west of Melbourne in the Murray-Darling Depression. It is one of a series of terminal lakes on the Wimmera River which form the largest landlocked drainage system in Victoria.
When the lake fills it holds water for several years and supports large numbers of waterbirds.
This site was chosen for its representation of a pre-European terminal lake. Features of the Lake Albacutya Ramsar Site are:
Further details can be found in the following information sheet, site management plan and site map.
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