Тасмания - Lake St Clair: Dive 02

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Lake St Clair, Tasmania is the deepest lake in Australia, and apparently the deepest glacial lake in the world. The Lake has only been infrequently dived in the past, and little is known about its bathymetry or ecosystems. DIRdudes visited the lake as guests of the Lake St Clair Lodge to conduct a number of reconnaissance dives to familiarise ourselves with the Lake ahead of a potential GUE Baseline survey.
In this second dive we explore beneath the supports of the Pump-House at the southern end of the lake. Built in the 1950's by the Hydro to supply emergency water to Hobart but only infrequently used before being decommissioned. The legs clearly act as traps for timber blown across the lake by storms and are home to a number of fresh water crayfish and juvenile trout. Scattered beneath the pump-house are also a number of artefacts from its construction.
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