by Hugh Milne
(Ingle Farm SA )
I have read in the past that the amount of water that flows over the top of Lake Argyle when full is referred to as SIDHARBS per day. This is the volume of water in Sydney Harbour. If this is true, how many per day and how many weeks or months does this go on for?
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