Moogerah Dam / Lake Moogerah
Reynolds Creek near Boonah
Lake Surface Area:
Full Supply Capacity:
77,366 ML (92.4% full) at 09/12/2013 04:26AM
Full Supply Waterline:
155m AHD (above sea level)
Type of Construction:
Mass concrete double curvature dam
Length of Dam Wall:
Moogerah Dam provides irrigation supplies to riparian landholders along Reynolds Creek and, through a series of diversions, also supplies water to Warrill Creek and Warrill Valley farmers. Public access to enter Mt Edwards National Park and beautification of the picnic areas around the dam have made the dam a tourist attraction.
Moogerah Dam upgrade – Stage 1a
Seqwater plans to upgrade Moogerah Dam during 2013 to 2014 to meet requirements identified from a Safety Review conducted in 2010. The upgrade will comply with Queensland Guidelines on Acceptable Flood Capacity (AFC).
Detailed design of the upgrade has been completed. Stage 1a works will involve dam toe anchorising works and access upgrades. Stage 1b will be completed after 2025 and Stage 2 after 2035.
For further information regarding the project, please contact Seqwater on 1800 737 928 or via email to email@example.com.
Download the Moogerah Dam brochure for a location map, acitivity guide and safety information.
The following recreational activities are permitted at Lake Moogerah:
- boating (powered and non-powered)
- jet skiing
- water skiing
Moogerah’s full supply capacity was revised from 86,290ML to 83,765ML following further analysis, on 18 January 2010. Capacity percentages in the graph prior to 18 January 2010 have been calculated using the older figure.