During 2022 Lake Mulwala was drained to attempt to control an invasive water weed, and for maintenance on a bridge that crosses the lake. The lake was created when a weir was was built across the Murray River in 1939 and large areas of river red gums were permanently flooded causing their death. With the water temporarily emptied from the lake, these trees became visible.
The sign on the tree has garnered a few comments. When filled with water this lake is a popular spot for water-skiing. I assume the sign has something to do with the direction the boats should take when heading out to deeper water.
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February 27th, 2023
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