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New South Wales
Dusk Lake Burragorang.jpg
View of the Burragorang Valley
LGA(s) Wollondilly Shire
Region Macarthur

Burragorang or Burragorang Valley is a locality in the Macarthur Region of New South Wales, Australia, in Wollondilly Shire. It is home to Lake Burragorang, which is impounded by Warragamba Dam. It is located within the Blue Mountains National Park – specifically the Nattai National Park.


The Burragorang Valley has some scenic lookouts over the valley and lake.


Burragorang is said to derive from the words burro (meaning kangaroo) or booroon (small animal) and the word gang (meaning to hunt). Therefore, Burragorang is believed to mean place to hunt kangaroo or place to hunt small animals.

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