Inchconnachan

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Inchconnachan (Innis Chonachain in Gaelic, meaning 'The Colquhoun's Island') is an island in Loch Lomond in Scotland, in the Trossachs National Park.[5] It is accessible by boat from the village of Luss on the south side of the Loch.

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Inchconnachan
Scottish Gaelic nameInnis Chonachain
Meaning of nameThe Colquhoun's Island
Location
Inchconnachan
Inchconnachan shown within Scotland
OS grid referenceNS375918
Coordinates56.091°N 4.612°W / 56.091; -4.612
Physical geography
Island groupLoch Lomond
Area35 ha[1]
Area rank(Freshwater: 12)[2]
Highest elevation50 m
Administration
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
CountryScotland
Council areaArgyll and Bute
Demographics
Population~7-10 Wallabies
References[3][4]
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The island is uninhabited and is an Area of Special Scientific Interest and a Special Area of Conservation.