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Alerts for visitors

+Tumbledown Creek bridge, Arthurs Lake

If you are intending to go to Arthurs Lake please note that Tumbledown Creek bridge which allows access to Little Lake and Gunns Lake is currently closed due to its deteriorating structural condition. This timber bridge was originally built nearly 15 years ago to provide access to transmission lines and has been left in place to allow recreational users access to Little Lake and Gunns Lake.

It is unlikely the adjacent ford will to be crossable until the lake level reduces in the mid-summer months. It’s estimated that high clearance vehicles can pass through the ford when Arthurs Lake water level is more than 1.8m below full supply level, however it will be up to individuals to assess whether conditions are appropriate to allow safe fording.

We thank you for your patience and if you have any question please contact Anna Blake
Published: August 2018

+Exclusion zone buoys, Lake Barrington

New exclusion zone buoys have been installed at Devils Gate dam on Lake Barrington ahead of major refurbishment to the power station.

For your own safety and the safety of our people, please obey all exclusion zone signs and buoys.
Published: 02 October 2018

+Traffic delays travelling to and from Waddamana

Anyone travelling to Waddamana Power Station is advised there may be significant delays due to large scale road works required for the Cattle Hill Wind Farm.

Motorists travelling from the Lake Highway past Penstock Lagoon to Waddamana will experience lengthy delays. Motorists travelling from Bothwell through to the Waddamana Crossroads will also experience lengthy delays at the Crossroads. This includes vehicles turning right to Penstock Lagoon, and turning left to Bashan.

There will be delays between 6.30am and 5.30pm, Monday to Friday when traffic will be escorted through the work site. There will be breaks in the work from 10-10.30am and again from 1-1.30pm each day. Work will also be taking place every second Saturday, starting Saturday 6th of October.

Thank you for your patience during this time, and travel safely.
Published: 09 October 2018

+Bradys Lake upgrade works

Water levels in Bradys Lake, Lake Binney and Tungatinah Lagoon will be temporarily drawn down in October as part of our normal operations.

During this time we will be taking advantage of the lower levels to undertake upgrade works to the international canoe slalom course. The upgrade works will improve the safety and usability of the course for the paddling community prior to the 2019 National Canoe Slalom Championships that will be held at Bradys Lake in January.

We appreciate your patience and apologise for any inconvenience during the works.

Published: 11 October 2018

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