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Burrinjuck Dam on the Murrumbidgee Part 1

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In 2009 Burrinjuck Dam celebrated its centenary. Burrinjuck Dam was the first major dam constructed for irrigation in New South Wales. This video is a comprehensive look at the history and construction of the dam, why the dam and reservoir were placed in that location. It also shows the birth and productivity of the downstream communities that come from the construction of Burrinjuck Dam. Part 2 shows the Hydro Electricity side of Burrinjuck and agriculture food production.

More info: http://www.statewater.com.au/
Produced by: Vince Bucello, Midstate Video Productions
Language: English
Year: 2011



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