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ex­tended times, and not re­moved af­ter use as was in­tended?

Walk­ers and vis­i­tors en­joy the nat­u­ral sur­rounds of this spe­cial wet­land and would like to see less crowd­ing and the wharf area freely avail­able to day vis­i­tors. Ul­ti­mately the pres­sure of more mo­torised boats stay­ing longer will com­pro­mise the wa­ter qual­ity and af­fect the flora and fauna in the wet­land.

The area is clas­si­fied as ’Bil­l­abong Wet­land Ag­gre­gate’. This is a col­lec­tive la­bel made up of Tall Marsh, Aquatic Herb­land, Sub­merged Aquatic Herb­land and fring­ing Flood­plain Ri­par­ian Wood­land. All sec­tions have de­pen­dant an­i­mal life from wa­ter crea­tures, fish, tur­tles, frogs, and is rich in birdlife. Jan Hall. Yar­ra­wonga.

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