The Patawalonga Lake receives runoff from 230 square kilometres of mixed land use.
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Please help our wildlife
Do not feedDolphins, birds and other wildlife need their space. Approaching, touching and feeding wildlife can be very harmful to them. • Please dispose of fishing line and rubbish properly. • Do not throw fish scraps in the water. • Reel in fishing lines if dolphins are close.
Dispose of rubbish properlyFishing line and litter can be dangerous for dolphins, birds and other wildlife. • Please use the bins or take rubbish with you. • Do not feed dolphins and other wildlife.
Keep in mind when watching dolphins
Please call the Marine Mammal Emergency number (0427 556 676)
if you see:
people feeding or harassing dolphins
a sick, injured or deceased dolphin