Lake Canobolas, Orange

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Lake Canobolas is a man-made reservoir located near Orange, in the central west region of New South Wales, Australia. Completed in the early 1900s, between 1918 and 1957 the lake supplied water to Orange and since the 1970s has been used for recreation purposes.

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  • Its worth while having a look but don't expect too much. The lake is nice, the weir was flowing which looks good and provides great photo opportunities. The is a small sandy beach area with lots of...  more »
  • We enjoyed an easy walk around the lake. The toilets were clean. Plenty of spots for a picnic. We were disappointed that the cafe was not open both times we visited the lake even though social...  more »
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