• Lake Baroon - Swimming area and boat ramp closures
    Posted
    11 April 2017
    Type
    recreation and safety notice

    The swimming area at the Southern recreation area is temporarily closed in the interest of public safety. The swimming area will be reinstated in the coming months in line with the requirements of a recent review conducted by Surf Life Saving Qld.

    This review also resulted in the permanent closure of the swimming area at the Northern recreation area at Lake Baroon.

    The boat ramp at the Northern recreation area remains temporarily closed due to low water levels.

  • Lake Borumba (Borumba Dam) and Lake Moogerah (Moogerah Dam) reopen to primary recreation
    Posted
    8 April 2017
    Type
    recreation and safety notice

    Lake Borumba and Lake Moogerah have re-opened to primary recreation such as skiing and swimming.

    The latest water quality test results indicate it is safe to re-open the lakes to primary recreation following recent heavy rainfall in the catchment.

    Play it safe and exercise extreme caution when accessing the alkes as conditions in the lake may have changed during the closure. Please remain vigilant and be aware of submerged hazards.

    Thank you for your patience during the recent temporary closure of these lakes.

  • Ewen Maddock has reopened to primary recreation
    Posted
    7 April 2017
    Type
    recreation and safety notice

    Ewen Maddock Dam has re-opened to primary recreation (swimming).

    The latest water quality test results indicate it is safe to reopen the lakes to primary recreation following recent heavy rainfall in the catchment.

  • Lake Wyaralong - All trails reopened 9 June 2017
    Posted
    7 April 2017
    Type
    recreation and safety notice

    Rectification work on the Shoreline Trail is now complete and the trail has been reopened.
    Bills Link and Black Rock MTB trails have also been reopened.
    All trail users are advised to exercise caution on the trails as conditions may have altered as a result of the works.

  • Enoggera Reservoir has reopened to in-water activities
    Posted
    7 April 2017
    Type
    recreation and safety notice

    Enoggera Reservoir has reopened to primary recreation (swimming). 

    The latest water quality test results indicate it is safe to re-open the lake for swimming following recent heavy rainfall in the catchment.

  • Lakes Somerset, Wivenhoe and Kurwongbah reopen to primary recreation
    Posted
    7 April 2017
    Type
    recreation and safety notice

    Lake Somerset, Lake Wivenhoe and Lake Kurwonbgah have all re-opened to primary recreation such as skiing and swimming.

  • “Cautious” five-year-old to become the face of Seqwater’s Easter safety campaign
    Posted
    6 April 2017
    Type
    media release

    Pimpama youngster Jakob Howell is set to become the face of Seqwater’s Easter safety campaign after winning the grand prize in the popular Search for a Safey Star competition.

    The contest, which was run by Seqwater, invited people to take photos of themselves ‘playing it safe’ while enjoying an outdoor activity.

    During the eight-week competition hundreds of photos, or safe selfies, were uploaded to the safey.com.au website for the public to vote on.

  • Lake Maroon re-opens to primary recreation
    Posted
    5 April 2017
    Type
    recreation and safety notice

    Lake Maroon has re-opened to primary recreation such as skiing and tubing.

  • Lake Moogerah re-opens to secondary contact (on-water) activities, but remains closed to primary contact (in-water) activities
    Posted
    5 April 2017
    Type
    recreation and safety notice

    Lake Moogerah has re-opened for secondary contact (on-water) activities such as boating, paddling and fishing, but will remain closed to primary contact (in-water) activities due to high microbial contamination.

  • Cathodic protection maintenance along bulk water pipelines – April to May 2017
    Posted
    5 April 2017
    Type
    works in your area

    Annual testing and inspections of infrastructure designed to protect water pipelines against corrosion across parts of Brisbane and Ipswich are now in progress.

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