Lake Macquarie History

Interview with Julie Christie

In this interview Julie Christie recalls the night of the storm spent at her home on the shores of Lake Macquarie. She recounts how the wind caused large waves in the normally tranqil lake which sounded like surf rolling in to the seashore.

photo: view from reserve letchworth parade balmoral to earswick crescent during the june 2007 stormsl

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