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Augrabies Falls National Park waterfall update

Date: 2014-03-19

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The water level at Kakamas bridge this morning (19 March 2014) was 5.150m high with a flow of 700cum/s.

According to AFNP Park Manager Frans van Rooyen, “A peak of 820 cubic metres per second is expected between 22 March and 25 March 2014”.

Pictures from this morning already show the water has increased over the falls:

Augrabies Falls

Augrabies Falls

Augrabies Falls

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