Also known as Tingalpa Reservoir, Leslie Harrison Dam is part of South East Queensland’s drinking water supply.

It is a gated dam, meaning we are able to make controlled water releases during times of heavy rain. If you would like to be notified about gate releases made from Leslie Harrison Dam, please sign up to our free dam release notification service.

There are no recreation activities permitted on Leslie Harrison Dam.

Dam Improvement Program

Seqwater has commenced its Dam Improvement Program to ensure the region’s dams continue to meet national standards. The program will see us upgrade some dams and reduce the water levels of others until such time as upgrade works can be completed. Leslie Harrison Dam is one of the dams to be lowered and later upgraded.

We commenced lowering the water level of Leslie Harrison Dam on Tuesday 10 June 2014, with carefully controlled water releases through the dam gates. The slow releases will continue until the water level reaches approximately half of the dam’s capacity. This will allow further assessment to be undertaken to inform the final upgrade works required and the timing of these upgrade works.

Visit our Dam Improvement Program page for more information and to subscribe to our e-updates.

Key facts

Name: Leslie Harrison Dam / Tingalpa Reservoir
Watercourse: Tingalpa Creek
Location: Near Capalaba
Catchment area: 87.0km 2
Length of dam wall: 525.0m
Type of construction: Zoned earthfill embankment
Fully supply capacity: 24868ML
Current capacity: 14,237 (57.3% full) at 29-07-2014 7:51am
Recreation

No recreation is permitted on Leslie Harrison Dam