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Campgrounds open

Camping is permitted in regional Victoria under step three of the road map to COVID Normal, subject to gathering restrictions and social bubbles. This means you can camp with the people you live with, your intimate partner, or the household you have formed a bubble with (your household can book campsites with up to five members of your bubble household).

Communal facilities such as toilets and boat ramps remain open for visitors from regional Victoria. Physical distancing and outdoor gathering requirements apply at all times – including at the boat ramp and on your boat.

Please note, masks are always required to be worn while outdoors at campsites, unless eating, drinking, smoking (if permitted), or if you have a lawful exemption from wearing one.

Step 1 to reopening applies to residents of metropolitan Melbourne. Under step one, you must not travel more than five kilometres from where you live except for permitted reasons such as work or education if these cannot be done at home.

For more information about coronavirus and social distancing, visit: dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

 

Information about using our lakes and reservoirs including latest water levels.  Check latest blue-green algae warnings.

Our reservoirs

View current water levels and recreational activities permitted at our lakes and reservoirs. 

 

Pipeline supplied recreation lakes and weir pools

Our rural pipelines supply water to 11 recreation lakes and weir pools in our region.  The lakes provide water for visitors and local communities to enjoy fun activities such as swimming and boating.

 

Algae warnings

High levels of blue-green algae produce toxins that can affect the health of humans, animals, birds and livestock as well as harm the environment.  View the latest warnings.

 

Public access to our facilities

Public access to our facilities is generally restricted.  Of course you're welcome to visit and enjoy designated public areas, such as the recreational parts of our lakes and reservoirs.

 

 

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