The Yalgorup Lake System

The Yalgorup Lake System is unique in the world.

It is situated on the coast of Western Australia, approximately 150 kms south of Perth. It consists of eleven salt lakes lying in three parallel lines divided by barrier dunes between Tim’s Thicket south of Mandurah and the coastal hamlet of Myalup.
It contains the longest living reef of thrombolites in the southern hemisphere, the largest natural stand of Tuarts (E. gomphocephala) in the world and is a Ramsar Wetland of international importance.

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