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The Water Tower
31 Aug 2013
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The springs within the wetland that is ‘Baldwin Swamp’ once supplied the water for the settlement of Bundaberg. This picture shows the brick water tower located in the Northwest of the park that is protected through the National Trust. The land within the perimeter of the park once served man for a range of purposes, including cattle grazing, gravel extraction, a rubbish dump and market gardening. It is now considered a recreational area with the local council and the National Parks and Wildlife Service developing small islands and a channel system to encourage the potential of wildlife breeding in the area. 

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