|Aboriginal (Tharawal): various adaptions ofElouera, Eloura, or Allowrie; Illa, Wurra, orWarra meaning pleasant place near the sea, or, high place near the sea, or, white clay mountain|
Lake Illawarra, viewed from Mount Kembla, 2008.
Location of Lake Illawarra in New South Wales
|Location||Illawarra, New South Wales|
|Primary inflows||Macquarie Rivulet, Mullet Creek|
|Primary outflows||Tom Thumb Entrance,Tasman Sea|
|Managing agency||Lake Illawarra Authority|
Lake Illawarra (AboriginalTharawal language: various adaptions ofElouera, Eloura, or Allowrie; Illa, Wurra, or Warra meaning pleasant place near the sea, or, high place near the sea, or, white clay mountain), an open and trained intermediate wave dominatedbarrier estuary or large coastal lagoon, is located in the Illawarra region of New South Wales, situated about 100 kilometres (62 mi) south of Sydney, Australia.
The lake environment is administered by the Lake Illawarra Authority, a New South Walesstatutory authority established pursuant to the Lake Illawarra Authority Act 1987 (NSW) with the aim of transforming the degraded waters and foreshores of Lake Illawarra into an attractive recreational and tourist resource.
Today, Sunday, Peter and I drove down to the lake (Lake Illawarra) and went there for a little walk. After a very cold night the midday sun was beautiful warming.
On the 11th and on the 12th of May we went to the Coroner’s court hearing about the circumstances of our daughter’s death.
State Coroner’s Court of New South Wales
The State Coroner ensures that all deaths are properly investigated. If necessary, an inquest into the death is held. Coroners can also recommend measures to prevent future deaths.
An inquest is a court hearing where the Coroner considers evidence to determine the identity of the deceased and the date, place, manner and cause of death of the deceased. Read more about the steps involved in an inquest.