Seqwater is responsible for providing safe, secure and cost-effective bulk drinking water supply to more than 3.1 million people across South East Queensland.
We strive to balance the ongoing health of catchments and quality of the region's drinking water supply while providing access to a range of water-based and on-shore activities at our dams, lakes and parks.
More than 2.6 million people visit our recreation sites each year to picnic, camp, fish, boat, walk or ride.
Our site recreation guides* contain activity locations, maps and tips on how to play it safe. Click on an image to download a guide, or for more information about the dam click on a link.
* Note: Recreation at, and access to, our sites may have changed since the recreation guides were published in 2014. We are in the process of updating these guides to two page guides, with an A3 size map. Until then, please refer to www.seqwater.com.au/recreation for the most recent updates about recreation activities and site access.
Updated recreation maps
We have released updated recreation guides for Lake Atkinson, Lake Baroon, Lake Borumba, Ewen Maddock Dam, Gold Creek, Hinze Dam, Lake Macdonald, Lake Maroon, Lake Moogerah, Lake Somerset, Lake Wivenhoe, Lake Wyaralong and Wappa Dam.
You can download the recreation guides below. You can pick up copies of the Lake Wivenhoe and Lake Somerset recreation guides at:
Our recreation dams and lakes