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Yarrie Lake, NSW

An unexplained miracle of nature – Yarrie Lake, a 3km saucer shaped expanse of water on the very edge of the Pilliga Scrub.Its sheltered position makes it an excellent natural Bird breeding ground, a mecca for some 70 species of Birds.

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Yarrie Lake is a paradise for camping, bird watching, water sports and fun for kids, swimming a catching craybobs.Some marvelous sunsets make Yarrie Lake a popular spot for photographers as well.
Camping is available – powered or unpowered, please contact the Narrabri Shire Visitor’s Information Centre for availabilty and charges.(2006 Fees unpowered Site $10.00 Powered Site $15.00 – please note these prices are subject to change without notice)
Resident Care takers
Basic facilities available Toliets, Hot Showers and Washing machine
If you wish to water ski please contact The Information Centre for information re your boating permit prior to launching your motorcraft

Nearest Airport: Narrabri

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About Yarrie Lake

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Yarrie Lake Postcode: 2388
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: Country NSW
  • Latitude: -30.39574
  • Longitude: 149.53663
  • Elevation: 229m
  • Population: 65
  • Median Income: $25116
  • Area (Sq/km): 172.479
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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