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Lake Pedder was once a natural lake, located in the southwest of Tasmania, Australia but the name is now used in an official sense to refer to the much larger artificial impoundment and diversion lake formed when the original lake was expanded by damming in 1972 by the Hydro Electric Commission of Tasmania. The new Lake Pedder has an area of about 242 km² and it is considered to be the largest freshwater lake in Australia.
- The Gordon Dam (also known as Gordon River Dam), is a double curvature arch dam on the Gordon…
- The Edgar Dam was one of the component dams in the flooding of Lake Pedder in South West Tasmania,…
- The Serpentine Dam was one of the component dams involved in the flooding of Lake Pedder in South…
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