SAFETY ALERT! Flooding

54%

2024-05-22 17:12:12 DAM CAPACITY 54.00% 33.63M HEIGHT 421,657ML VOLUME

GAWB water network data now available for free on QSpatial online portal

Gladstone Area Water Board has released Geospatial Information System (GIS) data about our water supply network alignments to make it easier for private enterprise, local councils and the State Government to plan for, and invest in, future infrastructure projects supported by the GAWB network. The datasets – which are now available free of charge on […]

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Changes to Lake Awoonga marine zone come into effect on 1 July 2024

From 1 July 2024, all motorised watercraft will be prohibited from a new marine zone at Riverston Bay at Lake Awoonga, making it safer for people wanting to swim, kayak, stand up paddle board or just float around in the calm protected water. Gladstone Area Water Board CEO Darren Barlow said the change was requested […]

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Awoonga Dam given positive feedback in latest safety inspection

Gladstone Area Water Board (GAWB) has wrapped up the latest round of routine safety inspections of Awoonga Dam. Led by a team of specialist consultant engineers, the inspections are undertaken every year as part of GAWB’s Dam Safety Management program, and in line with Queensland’s guidelines for a referable dam. Representatives from the Dam Safety […]

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