Our reservoirs and lakes are open to the public for recreational activities including boat ramps and camp grounds. Toilets are open for campers and day visitors as per the Tourism Industry Guidelines for coronavirus (COVID-19).
Physical distancing and outdoor gathering requirements apply at all times – including at the boat ramp and on your boat. Check the permitted recreational activities and facilities before your visit.
People living in the Melbourne metropolitan area or Mitchell Shire can only go in and out of these areas for three reasons: shopping for food and supplies, medical care and caregiving, and study or work – if you can’t do it from home. You may also travel outside these areas in an emergency, or as required by law
Exercise and recreation will not be a reason to travel into or out of metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire.
For more information on boating, visit: betterboating.vic.gov.au
Moora Moora Reservoir is a small reservoir in the heart of the Grampians National Park. Located in the the upper reaches of the Glenelg River catchment, Moora Moora is an important resource for Supply System 6 of the Wimmera Mallee Pipeline.
The catchment covers an area of about 40 km2 and acts as a sub-catchment for the Rocklands Reservoir catchment. Moora Moora can also receive water directly from the upper Glenelg River via transfers along the Moora Inlet Channel.
Recreationally, Moora Moora is especially popular for bush camping, fishing and boating.
- speed limit is 5 knots
- powerboats are not permitted
- Camping permitted
The boating authority for Moora Moora Reservoir is GWMWater.
- Feels like 6.1°C
- Relative Humidity 99 %
- Rainfall 0.6mm
- Wind SSE at 6 km/h