Lake Oberon open for recreational use

Lake Oberon open for recreational use

In a boon for the local tourist sector Lake Oberon is now open for use by passive recreational vessels.

Canoeists, kayakers and sailors will now be able to enjoy the pearl of the Central-West in all its beauty.

The decision to re-zone Lake Oberon as Alpine Waters was made in conjunction with Transport NSW and the State Water Corporation.

Member for the Bathurst Electorate Paul Toole is thrilled to unveil the lake to marine enthusiasts from across the country.

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