Dunns Swamp, New South Wales, Australia. Created by the damming of the Cudgegong river in the 1920s, this scenic recreation area and campground is part of the larger Wollemi National Park. Despite its name, it’s not actually a swamp but a lake.
Local fauna include common wombats, superb lyrebirds, satin bowerbirds, and an Australian owl called the boobook. No crocs in the water here, though the ducks looked kind of ferocious.