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Murrumbidgee River flood: Ingledene Forest

It is unusual to see so much water in Canberra.

South of Tharwa, the level crossing on the Murrumbidgee River was impassable. With a break in the rain, canberra.bike visited Ingledene Forest. The Gudgenby River was also in flood but can be cross on Smiths Road over a high-level bridge. The conditions are muddy and wet underfoot.

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The end of the road: Angle Crossing Road, Murrumbidgee River. Angle Crossing Road can be reached via Smiths Road, Ingledene Forest, ACT.

Murrumbidgee River flooded. Angle Crossing Road, ACT , 16/8/2020.
Murrumbidgee River flooded. Angle Crossing Road, ACT , 16/8/2020.
Murrumbidgee River flooded, Angle Crossing Road, ACT
Murrumbidgee River flooded, Angle Crossing Road, ACT
Looking toward the Murrumbidgee River, Sunshine Road, ACT.
Looking toward the Murrumbidgee River, Sunshine Road, ACT.
Locked gate on Sunshine Road, Ingledene Forest, ACT.
Locked gate on Sunshine Road, Ingledene Forest, ACT.
Sunshine Road, looking west, Mount Tennant (background), Ingledene Forest, ACT.
Sunshine Road, looking west, Mount Tennent (background), Ingledene Forest, ACT.
Smiths Road, west gate looking east, Ingledene Forest, ACT.
Smiths Road, west gate off unnamed fire trail, looking east, Ingledene Forest, ACT.
Gudgenby River, Smiths Road bridge, Ingledene Forest, ACT.
Gudgenby River, Smiths Road bridge, Ingledene Forest, ACT.
Gudgenby River, Smiths Road bridge, Ingledene Forest, ACT.
Gudgenby River, Smiths Road bridge, Ingledene Forest, ACT.
Naas Road/Smiths Road intersection, ACT.
Naas Road/Smiths Road intersection, ACT.
Mount Tennant from Smiths Road, Tharwa, ACT.
Mount Tennent from Smiths Road, Tharwa, ACT.

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