Newstead levy bank (Loddon River)

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Newstead levy bank (Loddon River)

Post by Stephen Whiteside » Mon Mar 05, 2018 8:39 pm

I took this photo at Newstead this year, during the Newstead Live! festival.

Newstead is a small town in central Victoria, not far from Castlemaine and Bendigo. it is situated on the Loddon River. The river is flood prone, and the town used to flood prior to this levy bank being built. I assume this is a gate to allow water to pass through the levy bank in a controlled fashion when necessary. It is not a subject I know anything about. I would be interested to hear from anybody who does.
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