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    Ord River Gorge and power station Lake Argyle

    contributed by GraemeReid, taken in October 2014
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    Steep cliffs form the sides of the Ord River Gorge below the Ord River dam. This view is from a lookout position on the dam wall. The three outlets for water from the dam and the power station are below. In the dryer season, all the outlet water goes through the power station to produce electricity. The water that passes through the power station is released below the water level of the river.

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