Lake George is an endorheic lake, as it has no outflow of water to rivers and oceans. It. is seen here from a parking bay on the souther shore along the Federal Highway between the Hume Highway, south of Goulburn, and Canberra.
The lake is believed to be more than a million years old. At 25 km (16 mi) long and 10 km (6.2 mi) wide, Lake George is long, largely flat and extremely shallow, with a very small catchment. Resultant evaporation rates as well as a tendency for strong winds to blow the water back on itself explain the mysterious filling and drying episodes on both short term (hours) and long term (years) time scales that have been observed.
“Toyo 810M MkII, Schneider Apo-Symmar 300mm 1:5.6
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