Lake Nagambie

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Lake Nagambie
Bailieston Goulburn Weir Boats.JPG
Boats on Lake Nagambie
Location Goldfields region, Victoria
Coordinates 36°47′0″S 145°8′30″E / 36.78333°S 145.14167°E / -36.78333; 145.14167Coordinates: 36°47′0″S 145°8′30″E / 36.78333°S 145.14167°E / -36.78333; 145.14167
Type Reservoir
Primary inflows Goulburn River
Primary outflows Goulburn River
Basin countries Australia
Surface area 170 ha (420 acres)
Settlements Nagambie

Lake Nagambie is a 170-hectare (420-acre) man–made reservoir located in the Goldfields region of Victoria, Australia. The lake was formed by the damming of the Goulburn River by the Goulburn Weir. The town of Nagambie is on its shores.[1][2]

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  1. ^ "Map of Lake Nagambie, VIC". Bonzle Digital Atlas of Australia. Retrieved 27 October 2014. 
  2. ^ "ROWING NOTES. By OUTRIGGER". The Leader (1934). Melbourne. 4 February 1893. p. 16. Retrieved 7 March 2017 – via National Library of Australia. , ...The first regatta on Lake Nagambie was held on Thursday, the 26th January (Foundation day)...The lake...is; of comparatively recent formation, having been created by the construction of the Goulburn Weir...