Dumb-bell Lake is a small alpine lake in the ranges to the west of Lake Ōhau, sitting at an altitude of 1,550 m. The lake covers 14.5 hectares in size and has a maximum depth of 12 m.
Lake Denny is small lake in the Ashburton Lakes Basin, sitting at an altitude of 680 m. Denny only covers 5 hectares in size and is very shallow, with a maximum depth of just 2.1 m. Very little is known about the physical and biological features of this system (source lawa.co.nz)
Lake Clearwater / Te Puna-a-Taka
Te Puna-a-Taka (Lake Clearwater) is a mesotrophic lake located in the Ashburton Lakes Basin, covering approximately 197 hectares, with a maximum depth of 19 m. The lake is popular for recreational activities such as fishing, kayaking and wind-surfing. The system has moderate levels of algal biomass and nutrients (source lawa.co.nz).
Lake Camp / Ōtautari
Ōtautari (Lake Camp) is located in the Ashburton Lakes region, to the north of the braided Rangitata River system. It was formed by significant glacial forces many thousands of years ago. The lake is 44 hectares in size, has a maximum depth of 13 m and is considered to have moderate nutrient and biomass levels […]
Lake Alexandrina / Takamana
Takamana (Lake Alexandrina) is small high country lake in the Mackenzie Basin, adjacent to the larger Lake Tekapo and is commonly used for recreation (such as fishing and boating). This system has moderate levels of nutrient enrichment and algal productivity (source www.lawa.co.nz)