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Our rural pipelines supply water to 11 recreation lakes and weir pools in our region.  The water is supplied under a 3090 ML recreation water entitlement held by GWMWater.  The lakes provide water for visitors and local communities to enjoy fun activities such as swimming and boating.

 

Map of recreation lakes

View a map of where pipeline supplied recreation lakes and weir pools are located in our region.

Adobe PDF file icon 24x24Recreation Lakes and Weir Pools (3MB)

 

Latest volume levels

Lake
Basin Volume (ML) 
January 2017 Volume (ML) 
Foreshore Management
Waterway Manager (under Marine Safety Act 2010)
Beulah Weir Pool 140

70

Beulah Weir Pool Committee of Management Yarriambiack Shire Council
Brim Weir Pool 120 100 Brim Weir Pool Committee of Management Yarriambiack Shire Council
Donald Caravan Park Lake 50

40

Buloke Shire Council State boating rules apply
Green Lake, Sea Lake 547 0 Green Lake Committee of Management Buloke Shire Council
Lake Lascelles, Hopetoun 440 410 Lake Lascelles Committee of Management Lake Lascelles Committee of Management
Lake Marma, Murtoa 170 110 Public Park and Gardens Reserve Committee of Management Lake Marma Public Park and Gardens Reserve Committee of Management
Tchum Lake, Birchip 730 700 Tchum Lake Aquatic Club Tchum Lake Aquatic Club
Walkers Lake, Avon Plains 900

720

Northern Grampians Shire Council  State boating rules apply 
Warracknabeal Weir Pool 210

170

Yarriambiack Shire Council Yarriambiack Shire Council
Watchem Lake 259 250 Watchem Lake Committee of Management State boating rules apply
Wooroonook Lake 700 680 Wooroonook Committee of Management Buloke Shire Council

 All figures are indicative only.

 

Further information...

 

Customer committees

The role of the Regional Recreation Water Users Group is to provide advice to the GWMWater Board on the development of policies for recreational water distribution and management.

 

Environmental wetlands

Our rural pipelines also supply water to 51 environmental wetlands in our region.

 

Recreational activities permitted at our reservoirs and lakes

Our reservoirs and lakes are open to the public for recreational activities.  View recreational activities permitted at our lakes and reservoirs.

 

 

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