Map of Dangars Lagoon, NSW

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Dangars Lagoon, when full, covers an area of around 49 hectares and is located in NSW.

Towns, villages or cities near Dangars Lagoon include the town of Uralla (show me).

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contributed by Booshman on 22-Nov-2010
Dangars Lagoon
Dangars Lagoon A very full lagoon after a wet 2010. An old local man, who I spoke to while taking these photographs, told me he had never seen the lagoon fuller than this in his lifetime.

Dangars Lagoon is one of about thirty freshwater lagoons in New England. These lagoons were originally formed by glacial action, then gradual sedimentation over thousands of years. Being located on the top of the Great Divide, they have very limited catchments, and as a result are not always full. Most lagoons have been substantially modified for agriculture, to provide additional grazing land or increased water supply. Although it has been modified, it is one of the few lagoons that retains water most of the time. This makes it a very important link in a chain of wetlands for resident and migrating waterbirds.

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