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|Location||4 km South of Noosa, Queensland|
Lake Weyba, a large, shallow salt-water lake, is an important fish-breeding habitat. In the early 1900s, Lake Weyba had a large number of stingrays, which would have been easy targets for the spears of the Aboriginal people.
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