The Clarendon Dam is an offstream storage completed in 1992.

It is an un-gated dam, meaning that when it reaches 100 per cent capacity, water flows over the spillway and safely out of the dam. If you would like to be notified when Clarendon Dam begins to spill, please sign up to our free dam release notification service.

Recreation

Paddlers and anglers can discover the serenity of Lake Clarendon, with an established launch point for paddlecraft access.

Download the Lake Clarendon Recreation Guide* for detailed information on activities, as well as maps and important safety information.

Note: Recreation at, and access to, our sites may have changed since the recreation guides were published in 2014. We are in the process of updating these guides to simple one-page recreation maps. Until then, please refer to www.seqwater.com.au/recreation for the most recent updates about recreation activities and site access.

Key facts

Name: Lake Clarendon Dam
Watercourse: Lockyer Creek
Location: 10 km north-east of Gatton
Catchment area: 3.4km 2
Length of dam wall: 4200.0m
Lake surface area: 339.0ha
Year completed: 1992
Type of construction: Zoned earthfill embankment with a central clay core
Fully supply capacity: 24276ML
Current capacity: 1,687 (7.0% full) at 26-03-2017 9:17am