Lake Guyon

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Lake Guyon
Lake Guyon, New Zealand.jpg
Location Canterbury, New Zealand
Coordinates 42°17′23″S 172°38′52″E / 42.289818°S 172.647657°E / -42.289818; 172.647657Coordinates: 42°17′23″S 172°38′52″E / 42.289818°S 172.647657°E / -42.289818; 172.647657
Basin countries New Zealand
Average depth 24 m (79 ft)

Lake Guyon is in the Canterbury Region in the South Island of New Zealand. The stream draining the lake feeds into the Waiau River.[1]

It was within the boundaries of the former St James Station but it is now surrounded by public conservation land. A backcountry hut is on its northern shore. The lake is administered by the Department of Conservation as a scenic reserve.[2]

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  1. ^ LEWIS (Map). 260-M31. Land Information New Zealand. 2001. 
  2. ^ DoC - LAKE GUYON SCENIC RESERVE

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