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As of August 2004, 87% of New South Wales has been drought declared. Lake Jindabyne is at its lowest level in 50 years. At Wollondibby inlet, the bones of trees usually submerged stretch towards the sky above.

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Sean12-Nov-2004 12:13
yep... those boxy, non energy efficient houses need a LOT of airconditioning in summer- hence the power problems :(
Ian Morehouse12-Nov-2004 10:30
If Jindabyne gets any lower it will mean power restrictions for the eastern seaboard during peak periods.