The Queensland Government is working with local governments and other stakeholders to undertake a range of flood related studies into the Brisbane River catchment.
There are 23 major catchment areas in Queensland. This information shows how we plan and manage the water resources they contain.
Information about the safe management and regulation of Queensland dams.
Access current and past flood mitigation studies, including those undertaken as a result of the Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry.
Water authorities and local water boards carry out a range of local water activities, which can include water supply, riverine protection, soil erosion control and management of recreational areas.
River improvement trusts are responsible for improving the flow of water in rivers to correct erosion and reduce the impact of flood waters.
Find out which Queensland dams are open to the public for recreational activities.
Find out who is responsible for bulk water in Queensland.