RFI - NW Victoria

To: Koren Mitchell <>
Subject: RFI - NW Victoria
From: Lawrie Conole <>
Date: Mon, 09 Oct 2000 20:12:35 +1000
Koren Mitchell wrote:

> I'm going to be in NW Victoria camping next week - Wyperfeld, Pink Lakes,
> Hattah, and probably also going to Gluepot (unless it rains - only got 2WD).
> Is there anything in particular that I should keep an eye out for?


> Does anyone know if there is any water in any of the lakes at Hattah? When I
> was there last year Lake Mournpall had a little water but all the rest were
> dry.

Best check with Parks Victoria in the region; they'll have the most up to date
info on that.

If you're going on to Gluepot, consider dropping in to the area around Lake
Walla Walla in Murray-Sunset National Park between Mildura and Renmark.
There's some excellent country in there and great birding, but again, check
with Parks Vic about access and recent rain.

> Also, I've never stopped at Lake Albacutya - is there anything interesting
> there?

Probably not worthwhile if you're going on further north; sort of a depauperate
subset of Wyperfeld, etc.

Have fun!

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