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Lake Conjola Entrance Opening - 26 June 2019


Lake Conjola Entrance Opening - 26 June 2019
Lake Conjola Entrance Opening - 26 June 2019
Lake Conjola Entrance Opening - drone footage - 20 June 2019
Lake Conjola Entrance Opening - drone footage - 20 June 2019
Lake Conjola Entrance Opening - 20 June 2019, 4pm
Lake Conjola Entrance Opening - 20 June 2019, 4pm
Lake Conjola Entrance Open and Flowing - at sunset - 19 June 2019
Lake Conjola Entrance Open and Flowing - at sunset - 19 June 2019
Lake Conjola Entrance Open and Flowing - 19 June 2019
Lake Conjola Entrance Open and Flowing - 19 June 2019
Entrance Open - 19 June 2019
Entrance Open - 19 June 2019
Don’t open that entrance - it’s an ICOLL (Office of Environment and Heritage Video)
Don’t open that entrance - it’s an ICOLL (Office of Environment and Heritage Video)
There are about 70 ICOLLs, or intermittently closed lakes and lagoons, along the NSW coast. Most occur south of Sydney. ICOLLs alternate between being closed or open depending on rainfall in the catchment and the movement of sand as a result of wave action, tides and winds. This short animation tells the story of what can happen to ICOLLs and their residents if the entrance is artificially opened.