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Lake Victoria - a special place

Lake Victoria, traditionally known as Tar-Ru, is located in south-western New South Wales and is a key water resource for South Australia. The Lake is an area of intense spiritual and cultural significance for Aboriginal people. This brochure provides a concise history of the Aboriginal and European relationships in the area, as well as insights into the current management of the Lake. The brochure highlights the complexities of balancing cultural and environmental preservation with managing an important national water resource. Information about visiting or camping in the area is also included in the brochure.