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On Sunday 31 May, the Victorian Government extended the State of Emergency until 21 June 2020.

From the 1 June 2020, some restrictions have been eased. As result, boat ramps and camp grounds at GWMWater lakes and reservoirs are open for public use. Toilets are also open for campers and day visitors as per the Tourism Industry Guidelines for coronavirus (COVID-19).

Physical distancing and outdoor gathering requirements apply at all times – including at the boat ramp and on your boat. Check the permitted recreational activities and facilities before your visit.

For more information, visit:

Lake Bellfield

Lake Bellfield is located in the eastern Grampians near Halls Gap and has an inlet from Fyans Creek.  The lake is used for recreational activities such as boating, fishing and picnicking.


Lake Fyans

Lake Fyans is a small off-stream reservoir with a small natural catchment.  The lake is one of the most important recreational lakes in the region.


Lake Lonsdale

Lake Lonsdale has an important role in the community as a recreational lake in the Stawell area, hosting a number of activities on its northern side, such as boating, swimming, camping and water skiing.


Moora Moora Reservoir

Recreationally, Moora Moora is especially popular for bush camping, fishing and boating.


Rocklands Reservoir

Rocklands Reservoir, located on the Glenelg River, is GWMWater's largest reservoir.


Taylors Lake

Taylors Lake has an important role in supplying environmental water to the Wimmera River. It's also very popular with Horsham locals for recreation, especially fishing and water skiing. When other lakes are dry, Taylors Lake will often still have water to enjoy.


Lake Toolondo

Lake Toolondo is an off-stream reservoir famous for its great trout fishing and is a popular recreational destination in the region.


Lake Wartook

Located on the MacKenzie River in the central Grampians, Lake Wartook is popular with locals for activities such as fishing.


Green Lake, Horsham

Green Lake is no longer used as a water supply reservoir, but plays an important role in managing the water quality within the headworks system. Green lake also offers a variety of recreational opportunities.



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