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Little Llangothlin Nature Reserve contains one of the few remaining high altitude freshwater lagoons on basalt soil on the New England Tableland of NSW. Located in an area that has been extensively cleared, the remnant vegetation provides important habitat and refuge areas for birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles, and has international significance. Most of the remainder lagoons on the New England Tableland have either been drained or dammed for agriculture.
The easy 4.8km walking track around the lagoon has good vantage points from which to see the waterbirds and lagoon. Birdwatching is the main activity in this area and canoeing is not permitted on the lagoon. Signs explain the importance of this lagoon.
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