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List of lakes of Australia

Natural freshwater lakes in Australia are rare due to the general absence of glacial and tectonic activity in Australia.[citation needed]

Contents

TypesEdit

Most lakes in Australia fall within one of five categories. Excluding lakes created by man-made dams for water storage and other purposes, one can identify the following:

List of lakes by state and territoryEdit

Australian Antarctic TerritoryEdit

The following is a list of prominent natural lakes and lagoons in the sector of Antarctica claimed by Australia as the Australian Antarctic Territory:

Order Name Type Region Designation Area Image Notes
ha acre
1 Braunsteffer Lake Glacial Princess Elizabeth Land [2]
2 Club Lake Glacial [3]
3 Collerson Lake Glacial [4]
4 Dingle Lake Glacial [5]
5 Krok Lake Glacial [6]
6 Station Tarn Glacial
7 Stinear Lake Glacial
8 Lake Vereteno Glacial
9 Lake Zvezda Glacial

Australian Capital TerritoryEdit

In the Australian Capital Territory there are no prominent naturally-formed lakes and lagoons. Artificial lakes include Bendora Dam, Cotter Dam, Corin Dam, Lake Burley Griffin, Lake Ginninderra, Lake Tuggeranong, and Stranger Pond.

New South WalesEdit

The following is a list of prominent natural lakes and lagoons in New South Wales:

Order Name Type Region Designation Area Image Notes
ha acre
1 Lake Albina Glacial Snowy Mountains 0.66 2   [7]
2 Avoca Lake Coastal Central Coast 70 173   [8]
3 Lake Bathurst Freshwater ephemeral Southern Tablelands 10 25
4 Blue Lake Freshwater ephemeral;
Glacial
Snowy Mountains
  • Kosciuszko National Park;
  • Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves;
  • Ramsar site
16 40   [9]
5 Budgewoi Lake Coastal Central Coast 1,400 3,459
6 Lake Cathie Coastal
7 Chipping Norton Lake Freshwater ephemeral Greater Sydney  
8 Lake Cootapatamba Glacial Snowy Mountains World Heritage Area  
9 Lake Cowal Freshwater ephemeral Central West
10 Dee Why Lagoon Coastal lagoon Northern Beaches  
11 Lake George Freshwater ephemeral Southern Tablelands  
12 Glenbrook Lagoon Freshwater ephemeral Blue Mountains  
13 Glenrock Lagoon Coastal lagoon
14 Headley Tarn Glacial
15 Lake Illawarra Coastal Illawarra  
16 Lake Macquarie Coastal Hunter  
17 Menindee Lakes Freshwater ephemeral Far West  
18 Lake Moore Freshwater ephemeral
19 Lake Mungo Saline Far West  
20 Lake Munmorah Coastal Central Coast
21 Myall Lakes Coastal Mid North Coast  
22 Narrabeen Lagoon Coastal Northern Beaches 220 544   [10]
23 Narran Lakes Freshwater ephemeral
24 Smiths Lake Coastal Mid North Coast
25 St Georges Basin Coastal South Coast /
Jervis Bay Territory
26 Tabourie Lake Coastal Mid North Coast
27 Terrigal Lagoon Coastal lagoon Central Coast
28 Tuggerah Lake Coastal Central Coast  
29 Lake Urana Saline Far West
30 Wallaga Lake Freshwater ephemeral
31 Wallis Lake Coastal Mid North Coast
32 Wamberal Lagoon Coastal lagoon Central Coast
33 Wattle Grove Lake Freshwater ephemeral
34 Willandra Lakes Saline Far West
35 Lake Wollumboola Coastal Mid North Coast
36 Wonboyn Lake Coastal Mid North Coast
37 Lake Woytchugga Freshwater ephemeral
38 Peery Lake Freshwater ephemeral Far West Ramsar 5,026 12,420  

Northern TerritoryEdit

The following is a list of prominent natural lakes and lagoons in the Northern Territory:

Order Name Type Region Designation Area Image Notes
ha acre
1 Lake Amadeus Saline South-west 103,200 255,013   [11]
2 Corella Lake Freshwater ephemeral
3 Lake Mackay Saline Great Sandy Desert;
Gibson Desert;
Tanami Desert
349,400 863,386  
4 Lake Neale Saline South-west 30,000 74,132 [12]
5 Numby Numby Sinkhole Gulf of Carpentaria  
6 Lake Sylvester Freshwater ephemeral Barkly Tableland 200,000 494,211
7 Tarrabool Lake Freshwater ephemeral Barkly Tableland Tarrabool Lake – Eva Downs Swamp System
Important Bird Area;
Register of the National Estate;
DIWA
118,600 293,067  
8 Lake Woods Freshwater ephemeral Barkly Tableland Important Bird Area;
Longreach Waterhole Protected Area (part)
118,600 293,067  

QueenslandEdit

The following is a list of prominent natural lakes and lagoons in Queensland:

Order Name Type Region Designation Area Image Notes
ha acre
1 Lake Awoonga Freshwater ephemeral
2 Lake Barrine Volcanic
3 Blue Lake Coastal
4 Boobera Lagoon Freshwater ephemeral
5 Brown Lake Coastal
6 Lake Broadwater Coastal South East
7 Lake Buchanan Saline  
8 Lake Como Coastal
9 Lake Cooloola Coastal
10 Lake Cooroibah Coastal
11 Lake Cootharaba Coastal
12 Lake Dunn Freshwater ephemeral
13 Lake Eacham Volcanic
14 Lake Elphinstone Freshwater ephemeral
15 Lake Euramoo Volcanic
16 Lake Galilee Saline
17 Lake McKenzie Perched Fraser Island Great Sandy National Park  
18 Lake Nuga Nuga Freshwater ephemeral
19 Lake Weyba Coastal
20 Lake Wabby Perched Fraser Island Great Sandy National Park
21 Lake Yamma Yamma Saline

South AustraliaEdit

The following is a list of prominent natural lakes and lagoons in South Australia:

Order Name Type Region Designation Area Image Notes
ha acre
1 Lake Albert Freshwater Murray Mallee Coorong and Lakes Alexandrina and Albert Wetland Ramsar site;
Lakes Alexandrina and Albert Important Bird Area
 
2 Lake Alexandrina 64,900 160,371   [13][14]
3 Lake Blanche Saline Far North Strzelecki Desert Lakes Important Bird Area
4 Blue Lake Volcanic Limestone Coast 70 173   [15]
5 Lake Bonney SE Coastal Limestone Coast Canunda National Park 5,056 12,494
6 Lake Bonney Riverland Freshwater Riverland  
7 Lake Bumbunga Saline Mid North 1,388 3,430  
8 Lake Cadibarrawirracanna Saline Mid North Woomera Prohibited Area 6,000 14,826 [16]
9 Lake Callabonna Saline Far North Strzelecki Desert Lakes Important Bird Area 16,000 39,537   [17]
10 Coongie Lakes Wetlands Far North Ramsar Site;
Innamincka Regional Reserve;
Malkumba-Coongie Lakes National Park;
Strzelecki Regional Reserve
2,179,000 5,384,426   [18]
11 Lake Dey Dey Saline Far North
12 Lake Dutton Saline Far North
13 Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre Saline endorheic Far North Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre National Park;
Elliot Price Conservation Park
950,000 2,347,501   [19]
14 Lake Frome Saline endorheic Flinders Ranges Lake Frome Regional Reserve 259,615 641,523  
15 Lake Gairdner Saline endorheic Eyre Peninsula Lake Gairdner National Park  
16 Lake Gilles Saline Eyre Peninsula Lake Gilles Conservation Park
17 Goyder Lagoon Ephemeral swamp Far North
18 Lake Gregory Saline Far North
19 Lake Hart Saline
20 Lake Hope Saline ephemeral Far North Coongie Lakes wetland Ramsar Site 3,600 8,896
21 Lake Miranda Freshwater ephemeral
22 Seagull Lake Saline ephemeral Eyre Peninsula Sceale Bay Conservation Park 88 217
23 Serpentine Lakes Saline Great Victoria Desert Mamungari Conservation Park 9,700 23,969   [20]
24 Sleaford Mere Saline endorheic Eyre Peninsula Sleaford Mere Conservation Park 707 1,747
25 Lake Torrens Saline ephemeral Flinders Ranges Lake Torrens National Park 574,500 1,419,620   [21]
26 Valley Lake Volcanic Limestone Coast
27 Watervalley Wetlands Contiguous wetlands Murray Mallee 13,100 32,371

TasmaniaEdit

The following is a list of prominent natural lakes and lagoons in Tasmania:

Order Name Type Region Designation Area Image Notes
ha acre
1 Lake Beatrice Freshwater Western 55 136 [22]
2 Lake Dora Freshwater Western 48 119 [23]
3 Dove Lake Cirque freshwater Central Highlands Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park 86 213   [24][25][26]
4 Lake Dulverton Freshwater ephemeral Southern Midlands 230 568 [27][28]
5 Lake Edgar Fault scarp pond South West Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area 147 363 [29]
6 Lake Fidler Meromictic South West Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area
7 Lake Flannigan Freshwater King Island Game reserve (pending as at 2005) 150 371  
8 Great Lake Freshwater Central Highlands 17,600 43,491   [30]
9 Jocks Lagoon Dystrophic lake Central Northern Ramsar site 18 44 [31]
10 Little Waterhouse Lake Freshwater coastal North East Ramsar Site 10 25   [32]
11 Lake Meston Freshwater Central Northern Walls of Jerusalem National Park
12 Orielton Lagoon Dystrophic coastal lagoon South East Coast Ramsar Site 3,334 8,240   [33]
13 Lake Selina Glacial West Coast
14 Lake St Clair Freshwater Central Highlands Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park 4,500 11,120  
15 Lake Westwood Glacial West Coast 35 86 [34]

VictoriaEdit

The following is a list of prominent natural lakes and lagoons in Victoria.

Order Name Type Region Designation Area Image Notes
ha acre
1 Lake Batyo Catyo Freshwater ephemeral 230
2 Lake Corangamite Saline  
3 Gippsland Lakes Coastal  
4 Lake Hindmarsh Freshwater ephemeral Wimmera 13500 33000
5 Mallacoota Inlet Coastal
6 Murtnaghurt Lagoon Saline 81 200
7 Lake Victoria Coastal lake 139 340  
8 Lake Tali Karng Freshwater Alpine 14 35  
9 Pink Lake (Victoria) Saline Wimmera 45 111

Western AustraliaEdit

The following is a list of prominent natural lakes and lagoons in Western Australia:

Order Name Type Region Designation Area Image Notes
ha acre
1 Angove Lake Freshwater Great Southern Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve 33 82
2 Lake Anneen Saline Mid West 12,000 29,653
3 Lake Baghdad Saline Rottnest Island
4 Lake Ballard Saline ephemeral Goldfields-Esperance 4,900 12,108   [35]
5 Lake Barlee Saline Mid West 198,000 489,269   [36]
6 Bibra Lake Freshwater Perth Beeliar Regional Park
7 Lake Boonderoo Freshwater Goldfields-Esperance 2,500 6,178
8 Booragoon Lake Freshwater Perth Beeliar Regional Park [37]
9 Boyd Lagoon Saline lagoon Gibson Desert 870 2,150 [38]
10 Lake Breaden Saline Gibson Desert 2,600 6,425 [39][40]
11 Lake Bryde-East Lake Bryde Freshwater wetland Great Southern Lake Bryde Nature Reserve 1,900 4,695 [41]
12 Lake Burnside Saline Gibson Desert 42,000 103,784 [42]
13 Lake Carey Saline Goldfields-Esperance
14 Lake Carnegie Ephemeral Goldfields-Esperance 571,400 1,411,960   [43][44]
15 Lake Disappointment Saline endorheic Pilbara 33,000 81,545   [45]
16 Lake Dora Saline Pilbara  
17 Dumbleyung Lake Saline Great Southern Dumbleyung Lake Nature Reserve 5,200 12,849  
18 Lake Dundas Saline Goldfields-Esperance
19 Forrestdale Lake Brackish seasonal groundwater Perth Forrestdale Lake Nature Reserve;
Forrestdale and Thomsons Lakes Ramsar Site
245 605   [46]
20 Lake Gore Seasonal freshwater Goldfields-Esperance Lake Gore Nature Reserve;
Lake Gore Ramsar Site
740 1,829 [47]
21 Lake Gregory Seasonal freshwater Kimberley Paraku Indigenous Protected Area
22 Herdsman Lake Freshwater Perth Herdsman Lake Regional Park 300 741   [48]
23 Lake Hillier Saline Goldfields-Esperance Recherche Archipelago Nature Reserve 1.5 4   [49]
24 Hutt Lagoon Saline Mid West  
25 Lake Jasper Freshwater South West 4,500 11,120 [50]
26 Lake Joondalup Freshwater Perth Yellagonga Regional Park  
27 Jualbup Lake Freshwater Perth Shenton Park  
28 Lake Lefroy Saline ephemeral Goldfields-Esperance
29 Lake Mackay Saline Great Sandy Desert 349,400 863,386   [51]
30 Lake McLarty Freshwater South West Lake McLarty Nature Reserve;
Peel-Yalgorup System Ramsar site
31 Lake Macleod Freshwater Gascoyne 150,000 370,658  
32 Loch McNess Freshwater Perth Yanchep National Park   [52]
33 Lake Magenta Saline ephemeral Wheatbelt Lake Magenta Nature Reserve 11,000 27,182 [53]
34 Lake Maitland Dry saline Mid West
35 Lake Monger Freshwater Perth Lake Monger Reserve 70 173
36 Lake Monginup Freshwater Goldfields-Esperance Lake Monginup Nature Reserve 32 79   [54]
37 Lake Muir Freshwater South West Muir-Byenup System Ramsar Site 4 10   [55][56]
38 Lake Nabberu Saline Mid West 18,000 44,479 [57]
39 Lake Newell Goldfields-Esperance 2,600 6,425 [58]
40 North Lake Freshwater Perth Beeliar Regional Park
41 Perry Lakes Freshwater Perth Perry Lakes Reserve 12.6 31 [59]
42 Perth Wetlands Wetlands Perth Herdsman Lake Regional Park
43 Pink Lake Saline Goldfields-Esperance 99 245   [60]
44 Lake Seppings Freshwater South West Lake Seppings Nature Reserve   [61]
45 Serpentine Lakes Saline Great Victoria Desert Mamungari Conservation Park 9,700 23,969   [20]
46 Lake Shaster Hypersaline Goldfields-Esperance Lake Shaster Nature Reserve 479 1,184 [62]
47 Lake Thetis Saline Mid West
48 Thomsons Lake Brackish seasonal groundwater Perth Thomsons Lake Nature Reserve;
Forrestdale and Thomsons Lakes Ramsar Site
538 1,329
49 Toolibin Lake Perched freshwater Wheatbelt Toolibin Lake Nature Reserve;
Toolibin Lake Ramsar Site
300 741 [63]
50 Lake Warden Saline Goldfields-Esperance Lake Warden Nature Reserve 59 146 [64]
51 Lake Way Dry saline Mid-West 46,000 113,668 [65]
52 Lake Wooleen Intermittent freshwater Mid-West 5,500 13,591

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See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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