Lake Dyer Day Use Area

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Lake Dyer is located west of Laidley. The lake has a catchment area of 3Km2 and holds 6,947 megalitres of water at full supply. Lake Dyer provides water to the Central Lockyer Valley irrigation scheme, as well as offering a range of recreation opportunities for visitors.

Download the Lake Dyer Recreation Guide for detailed information about activities, as well as a map and important safety information.

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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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Wakeboarding from Lake Dyer Day Use Area

Stand up paddling at Lake Dyer

Fuel powered boating at Lake Dyer

Fuel powered boating at Lake Dyer

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).

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Water skiing from Lake Dyer Day Use Area

Jetskiing from Lake Dyer Day Use Area

Sailing at Lake Dyer

Fishing at Lake Dyer

Rowing at Lake Dyer

BBQs and Picnics at Lake Dyer

Canoeing at Lake Dyer

Tubing from Lake Dyer Day Use Area