Every drop counts!

The region's adaptive Drought Response Plan has been activated, with dam levels around 55% combined capacity. While there are no water restrictions at this level, we're encouraging everyone to take the Water Promise and be water wise.

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Dam levels below 60%

The Gold Coast Desalination Plant has been ramped up to maximise production, and Seqwater is operating the Water Grid to best manage the regions water supply.

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H2O Kids online

Learning from home? We've got you covered with H2O Kids online! Check out our virtual lessons, toolkits and H2O Kids experiments now.

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Bird watching

There are some wondrous places, hidden around Seqwater catchments, perfect for birdwatchers and keen photographers to enjoy.

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Boating (electric powered)

Boating (fuel powered)

Fuel powered boating is a popular activity, and permitted at a number of Seqwater lakes. There are restrictions to the type of fuel powered boating that can be used on Lake Wivenhoe.

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Camping

There are a number of camping options to choose from around our dams and lakes. Seqwater manages camping at Wyaralong Dam and Lake Manchester. All other camp grounds are privately operated.

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Dogs on leash

Our dog on leash parks are community facilities to be enjoyed by everyone. Be considerate of other visitors and clean up after your pet. Dogs are not permitted in the water at any of our lakes.

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Jetskiing

Jetskiing, water skiing, tubing and wakeboarding are popular water activities at lakes where fuel-powered boating is permitted but it’s still important to play it safe for water-based recreation.

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Sailing

Swimming (designated areas only)

Some of our lakes have designated swimming areas for visitors to enjoy. There are no lifeguards on duty so it's important to only swim in designated areas.

Swimming (designated areas only) at:

Tubing

Jetskiing, water skiing, tubing and wakeboarding are popular recreation activities at lakes where fuel-powered boating is permitted but it’s still important to play it safe for water-based recreation

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Wakeboarding

Wakeboarding, jetskiing, water skiing and tubing are popular recreation activities at lakes where fuel-powered boating is permitted but it’s still important to play it safe for water-based recreation

Wakeboarding at:

Water skiing

Water skiing, jetskiing, tubing and wakeboarding are popular recreation activities at lakes where fuel-powered boating is permitted but it’s still important to play it safe for water-based recreation

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