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Dams and catchment areas

  • Brisbane River catchment flood studies

    The Queensland Government is working with local governments and other stakeholders to undertake a range of flood related studies into the Brisbane River catchment.

  • Catchments and planning

    There are 23 major catchment areas in Queensland. This information shows how we plan and manage the water resources they contain.

  • Dam safety

    Information about the safe management and regulation of Queensland dams.

  • Flood mitigation studies

    Access current and past flood mitigation studies, including those undertaken as a result of the Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry.

  • Local water boards

    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

    River improvement trusts are responsible for improving the flow of water in rivers to correct erosion and reduce the impact of flood waters.

  • Community access to state-owned dams and weirs

    Find out which Queensland dams are open to the public for recreational activities.

  • Bulk water entities

    Find out who is responsible for bulk water in Queensland.

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Last updated
5 June 2018
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