Fuel powered boating at Lake Dyer

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There is a boat ramp at the Lake Dyer Day Use Area.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp. 

Please keep a safe distance from other lake users. 

All activities on Seqwater lakes are covered by the Boating Regulations set by Maritime Safety Queensland (msq.qld.gov.au).

Opening Times

This site is open to the public seven days a week, from:

  • 5.30am to 6.30pm (September – April)
  • 6.00am to 5.30pm (May – August)
What to bring

Please bring your own drinking water supplies, as water provided is suitable only for cleaning, washing hands etc.

Additional Notes
Safety Information

Wearing a lifejacket can save your life. Even if you're an expert, it is always best to wear a lifejacket while boating. It's a lot harder to put one on in the water during an emergency.

While your safety is important, it is your responsibility. 

  • Check the weather forecast before you leave home
  • Make sure your boat is registered and the operator is appropriately licenced
  • Have all safety equipment including lifejackets
  • Know the boating rules, speed limits, directional rules, safe distances to other users 
  • Stay out of exclusion zones. These areas have been established for the safety of all visitors.
  • Remain vigilant and alert as conditions can change. Be aware that underwater hazards may be present. If unsure, slow down.
  • Follow the direction of onsite signage at all times.

THINGS TO DO NEARBY

Kayaking at Lake Dyer

Electric boating at Lake Dyer

Electric boating at Lake Dyer

There is a boat ramp at Lake Dyer Day Use Area.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp. 

Please keep a safe distance from other lake users. 

All activities on Seqwater lakes are covered by the Boating Regulations set by Maritime Safety Queensland (msq.qld.gov.au).

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Fishing at Lake Dyer

Wakeboarding from Lake Dyer Day Use Area

Stand up paddling at Lake Dyer

Rowing at Lake Dyer

Sailing at Lake Dyer

Water skiing from Lake Dyer Day Use Area

Tubing from Lake Dyer Day Use Area

Jetskiing from Lake Dyer Day Use Area

BBQs and Picnics at Lake Dyer

Canoeing at Lake Dyer

Bird watching at Lake Clarendon

Bird watching at Lake Clarendon

There is a walking trail adjacent to the dam wall for bird watching.

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Picnicking at Lake Clarendon

Stand up paddling at Lake Clarendon

Canoeing at Clarendon

Kayaking at Lake Clarendon

Kayaking at Lake Clarendon

Lake Atkinson is currently closed to all water-based activities due to low water levels and water quality issues. We will open the lake as soon as it is safe to do so. Check our recreation and safety notices at for updates.

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Fishing at Lake Clarendon

Fishing at Lake Clarendon

Lake Atkinson is currently closed to all water-based activities due to low water levels and water quality issues. We will open the lake as soon as it is safe to do so. Check our recreation and safety notices at for updates.

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Wakeboarding from Lake Atkinson Day Use Area

Tubing from Lake Atkinson Day Use Area

Fuel powered boating at Atkinson Dam

Fuel powered boating at Atkinson Dam

Fuel powered boating is permitted on Lake Atkinson.

To access the lake, there is a boat ramp located at the Day Use Area. Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp.

Please keep a safe distance from other lake users. All activities on Seqwater lakes are covered by the Boating Regulations set by Maritime Safety Queensland (msq.qld.gov.au).

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Sailing at Atkinson Dam

Sailing at Atkinson Dam

Boating is a very popular activity at Lake Atkinson for fishermen, nature lovers and those who enjoy the thrill of water skiing or jet skiing. Motorised and non-motorised watercraft are permitted on the lake.

The boat ramp is located at the Day Use Area.

For your safety and to protect the riparian areas around the lake, boats and vessels are only to be operated from designated launch points.

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Jetskiing from Lake Atkinson Day Use Area

Stand up paddling at Atkinson

Water skiing from Lake Atkinson Day Use Area

Rowing at Atkinson Dam

Rowing at Atkinson Dam

Boating is a very popular activity at Lake Atkinson for fishermen, nature lovers and those who enjoy the thrill of water skiing or jet skiing. Motorised and non-motorised watercraft are permitted on the lake.

The boat ramp is located at the Day Use Area.

For your safety and to protect the riparian areas around the lake, boats and vessels are only to be operated from designated launch points.

Pl

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Kayaking at Atkinson Dam

Kayaking at Atkinson Dam

Boating is a very popular activity at Lake Atkinson for fishermen, nature lovers and those who enjoy the thrill of water skiing or jet skiing. Motorised and non-motorised watercraft are permitted on the lake.

The boat ramp is located at the Day Use Area.

For your safety and to protect the riparian areas around the lake, boats and vessels are only to be operated from designated launch points.

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Swimming at Lake Atkinson

Swimming at Lake Atkinson

The designated swimming area is marked with buoys on the water.

Important closure notice

Lake Atkinson is currently closed to all water-based activities due to low water levels and water quality issues. We will open the lake as soon as it is safe to do so.

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Swimming at Lake Dyer

Swimming at Lake Dyer

The designated swimming area is marked with buoys on the water.

Important closure notice

Lake Dyer is currently closed to all water-based activities due to low water levels and water quality issues. We will open the lake as soon as it is safe to do so.

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BBQs and picnics at Atkinson Dam

BBQs and picnics at Atkinson Dam

BBQ and picnic facilities are available at Lake Atkinson Day Use Area.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Boat ramp
  • Shelters
  • Playground
  • Public toilets
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Electric boating at Atkinson Dam

Electric boating at Atkinson Dam

There is a boat ramp at Atkinson Dam Day Use Area.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp. 

Please keep a safe distance from other lake users. 

All activities on Seqwater lakes are covered by the Boating Regulations set by Maritime Safety Queensland (msq.qld.gov.au).

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Fishing at Atkinson Dam

Fishing at Atkinson Dam

You can fish from your boat or paddle craft or along the shore of the designated recreation area. Much of the land surrounding the lake is private property. Accessing private land to fish is not permitted.

Remember the lake is home to an abundance of wildlife. It’s very important to ensure that all rubbish, especially fishing line and hooks, are disposed of properly to avoid serious harm to

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Dogs on leash area at Atkinson Dam

Dogs on leash area at Atkinson Dam

Dogs on leashes are permitted only in the Day Use Area. They must remain on a leash at all times. The areas surrounding our lakes are home to an abundance of native wildlife. You can protect them by controlling your dog and not letting them disturb the wildlife that lives in the area.

To protect our drinking water, please do not allow your dog to enter the lake, foreshore area or boat ramp. Bring

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Horse riding at Wivenhoe Hill Trails

Mountain biking at Wivenhoe Hill Trails

Bush walking at Wivenhoe Hill Trails

BBQs and picnics at Wivenhoe Dam Day Use Area

Kayaking at Atkinson's Crossing

Canoeing at Atkinson's Crossing

Picnic at Atkinson's Crossing

Fishing at Atkinson's Crossing

Fishing at Logans Inlet

Fishing at Wivenhoe Dam Day Use Area

BBQs and picnics at Cormorant Bay

Bush walking at Cormorant Bay

Sailing at Logans Inlet

Fishing at Cormorant Bay

BBQs and picnics at Logans Inlet

Restricted fuel powered boating at Logans Inlet

Restricted fuel powered boating at Logans Inlet

Restricted fuel powered boating is permitted on Lake Wivenhoe from the boat ramp at Logans Inlet.

Vessels must be low-emission outboards/engines. This limits motors to four strokes or direct fuel-injected two strokes. Vessels are not to exceed six knots. If your boat is on the plane, you're going too fast.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp.

Please keep a safe

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Stand up paddling at Logans Inlet

Electric boating from Logans Inlet

Electric boating from Logans Inlet

There is a boat ramp at Logans Inlet Day Use Area.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp. 

Please keep a safe distance from other lake users. 

All activities on Seqwater lakes are covered by the Boating Regulations set by Maritime Safety Queensland (msq.qld.gov.au).

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Rowing at Logans Inlet

Swimming at Logans Inlet

Swimming at Logans Inlet

The designated swimming area is marked with buoys on the water.

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Canoeing at Logans Inlet

Kayaking at Logans Inlet

Camping at Captain Logan, Lake Wivenhoe

Camping at Captain Logan, Lake Wivenhoe

This site is run by private operators.

For all enquiries and bookings please contact the campgrounds directly by:

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Camping at Lumley Hill, Lake Wivenhoe

Camping at Lumley Hill, Lake Wivenhoe

This site is run by private operators. For all enquiries and bookings please contact the campgrounds directly by:

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Canoeing at Hamon Cove

Canoeing at Hamon Bay

Rowing at Hamon Cove

Kayaking at Hamon Cove

Sailing at Hamon Cove

Fishing at Hamon Cove

BBQs and picnics at Hamon Cove

Electric boating at Hamon Cove

Electric boating at Hamon Cove

Electric powered boating is permitted on Lake Wivenhoe.

You can access the lake from a boat ramp at Hamon Cove. Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp.

Please keep a safe distance from other lake users. All activities on Seqwater lakes are covered by the Boating Regulations set by Maritime Safety Queensland (msq.qld.gov.au).

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Restricted fuel Powered boating from Hamon Cove

Restricted fuel Powered boating from Hamon Cove

Restricted fuel powered boating is permitted on Lake Wivenhoe from the boat ramp at Hamon Cove.

Vessels must be low-emission outboards/engines. This limits motors to four strokes or direct fuel-injected two strokes. Vessels are not to exceed six knots. If your boat is on the plane, you're going too fast.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp.

Please keep a safe distance

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Stand up paddling at Hamon Cove

BBQ and picnic at Lake Manchester

Fishing at Lake Manchester

Horse riding at Lake Manchester

Mountain biking at Lake Manchester

Sailing at Billies Bay

Bush walking at Lake Manchester

Canoeing at Lake Manchester

Kayaking at Lake Manchester

Stand up paddling at Lake Manchester

Rowing at Hays Landing

Swimming at Billies Bay

Swimming at Billies Bay

The designated swimming area at Billies Bay is marked with buoys on the water.

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Fishing at Billies Bay

Fuel powered boating at Billies Bay

Fuel powered boating at Billies Bay

Restricted fuel powered boating is permitted on Lake Wivenhoe from the boat ramp at Billies Bay.

Vessels must be low-emission outboards/engines. This limits motors to four strokes or direct fuel-injected two strokes. Vessels are not to exceed six knots. If your boat is on the plane, you're going too fast.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp.

Please keep a safe distance

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Stand up paddling at Hays Landing

Kayaking at Hays Landing

Fishing at Hays Landing

Rowing at Billies Bay

Kayaking at Billies Bay

Canoeing at Billies Bay

Electric boating from Billies Bay

Electric boating from Billies Bay

The boat ramp at Billies Bay is located off Somerset-Wivenhoe Road.

Only operate your vessel from the designated boat ramp. 

When on the water, vessels are not to exceed six knots. If your boat is on the plane, you're going too fast.

Please keep a safe distance from other lake users. 

All activities on Seqwater lakes are covered by the Boating Regulations set by Maritime Safety Queensland (msq

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Stand up paddling at Billies Bay

Fishing at Branch Creek

Kayaking at Branch Creek

Rowing at Branch Creek

Stand up paddling at Branch Creek

Remote camping at Blue Gum Flats, Lake Manchester

Horse riding at Blue Gum Flats, Lake Manchester

Mountain biking at Blue Gum Flats, Lake Manchester

Dogs on leash at Fred Haigh Park

BBQs and picnic at Fred Haigh Park

Bush walking at Moogerah

Dogs on leash at Lake Moogerah (Lower Recreation Area)

Wakeboarding from AG Muller Park, Lake Moogerah

Fishing at Fred Haigh Park

Jetskiing from A G Muller Park, Lake Moogerah

Swimming at A G Muller Park

Swimming at A G Muller Park

The designated swimming area is marked with buoys on the water.

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Stand up paddling at AG Muller Park

Sailing at AG Muller Park

Water skiing from AG Muller Park, Lake Moogerah

Tubing from A G Muller Park, Lake Moogerah

Canoeing at Lake Moogerah

Fishing at AG Muller Park

Rowing at Lake Moogerah

Kayaking at Lake Moogerah

Electric boating at Lake Moogerah

Electric boating at Lake Moogerah

There are two boat ramps at AG Muller Park.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp. 

Please keep a safe distance from other lake users. 

All activities on Seqwater lakes are covered by the Boating Regulations set by Maritime Safety Queensland (msq.qld.gov.au).

See more

Fuel powered boating at Lake Moogerah

Fuel powered boating at Lake Moogerah

There are two boat ramps at AG Muller Park.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp. 

Please keep a safe distance from other lake users. 

All activities on Seqwater lakes are covered by the Boating Regulations set by Maritime Safety Queensland (msq.qld.gov.au).

See more

SIMILAR ACTIVITY SITES NEARBY

Fuel powered boating at Atkinson Dam

Fuel powered boating at Atkinson Dam

Fuel powered boating is permitted on Lake Atkinson.

To access the lake, there is a boat ramp located at the Day Use Area. Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp.

Please keep a safe distance from other lake users. All activities on Seqwater lakes are covered by the Boating Regulations set by Maritime Safety Queensland (msq.qld.gov.au).

See more

Restricted fuel powered boating at Logans Inlet

Restricted fuel powered boating at Logans Inlet

Restricted fuel powered boating is permitted on Lake Wivenhoe from the boat ramp at Logans Inlet.

Vessels must be low-emission outboards/engines. This limits motors to four strokes or direct fuel-injected two strokes. Vessels are not to exceed six knots. If your boat is on the plane, you're going too fast.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp.

Please keep a safe

See more

Restricted fuel Powered boating from Hamon Cove

Restricted fuel Powered boating from Hamon Cove

Restricted fuel powered boating is permitted on Lake Wivenhoe from the boat ramp at Hamon Cove.

Vessels must be low-emission outboards/engines. This limits motors to four strokes or direct fuel-injected two strokes. Vessels are not to exceed six knots. If your boat is on the plane, you're going too fast.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp.

Please keep a safe distance

See more

Fuel powered boating at Billies Bay

Fuel powered boating at Billies Bay

Restricted fuel powered boating is permitted on Lake Wivenhoe from the boat ramp at Billies Bay.

Vessels must be low-emission outboards/engines. This limits motors to four strokes or direct fuel-injected two strokes. Vessels are not to exceed six knots. If your boat is on the plane, you're going too fast.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp.

Please keep a safe distance

See more

Fuel powered boating at Lake Moogerah

Fuel powered boating at Lake Moogerah

There are two boat ramps at AG Muller Park.

Vessels are only to be operated from the designated boat ramp. 

Please keep a safe distance from other lake users. 

All activities on Seqwater lakes are covered by the Boating Regulations set by Maritime Safety Queensland (msq.qld.gov.au).

See more