The 2021 floods bring water back to the Menindee Lakes | 7NEWS

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7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “The 2021 floods bring water back to the Menindee Lakes | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

A tiny outback town near Broken Hill is enjoying a remarkable comeback as billions of litres of water flow into its lakes and rivers.

It’s not only luring back wildlife, but tourists are travelling in droves to see the Menindee Lakes wonder for themselves.

At the peak of the drought, local resident Graeme McCrabb shocked us all into realising how bad it was. This week he took 7NEWS on a tour of the lake to show us how the water flow has changed the whole region.

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