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This signage reads in part: The Macquarie Marshes is a significant wetland situated at the lower end of the Macquarie River in central N.S.W. It is one of the largest remaining inland semi-permanent wetlands in south-eastern Australia. The Marsh is approximately 200,000 hectares, 100 km long and 25-30 km wide, of which 18,192 ha is managed by the N.S.W. National Parks and Wildlife Service as Macquarie Marshes Nature Reserve. The remaining 90% is mainly freehold land managed for agricultural purposes.