Lake George NSW

Lake George is a shallow lake in New South Wales, Australia, once proposed as the site for Australia's capital city. In the end, the capital was built at Canberra, but what if Lake George had been chosen? This board contains my research for a future book set in that alternative future.
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Goulburn Court House. Goulburn is a large provincial city north east of Lake George.

Goulburn Post on

Goulburn Court House. Goulburn is a large provincial city north east of Lake George.

Sign at Lake George

Sign at Lake George

Artist's impression of planned Federal Capital, 1920. Canberra looks nothing like this.

Artist's impression of planned Federal Capital, 1920. Canberra looks nothing like this.

Lake George, New South Wales, showing wind turbines

Lake George, New South Wales, showing wind turbines

An aerial view of the recent drilling operation on Lake George.

An aerial view of the recent drilling operation on Lake George.

Main Canal for irrigation, Griffith, NSW. Nowhere near Lake George, but at one time there were grandiose schemes to build canals and aqueducts to improve Lake George's water supply.

Main Canal for irrigation, Griffith, NSW. Nowhere near Lake George, but at one time there were grandiose schemes to build canals and aqueducts to improve Lake George's water supply.

Clancy Pamment leaves the hillside on the easterly breeze over Lake George. Photo Rohan Thomson

Clancy Pamment leaves the hillside on the easterly breeze over Lake George. Photo Rohan Thomson

Lerida Estate - Canberra District Five Star Wines

Lerida Estate - Canberra District Five Star Wines

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