We take pride in supporting the activities Tasmanians and visitors love, and many of our lakes and lagoons are popular for fishing, boating and other activities. River and lake levels can change quickly, and users should be cautious. Before setting out, it's important to check water levels below, and plan your trip accordingly.

Lake levels

Lake Metres from full Comment
North-9999
Trevallyn Pond1.55
North West-9999
Lake Mackenzie6.47
Lake Rowallan1.65
Lake Parangana0.33
Lake Cethana0.42
Lake Barrington0.89
Lake Gairdner0.74
Lake Paloona0.96
Central Plateau-9999
Lake Augusta3.53
Arthurs Lake0.92
Great Lake13.95
Little Pine Lagoon0.67
Shannon Lagoon0.29
Penstock Lagoon0.25
Woods Lake1.15
Upper Derwent Valley-9999
Lake St Clair1.9
Lake King William3.33
Lake Echo5.93
Dee Lagoon0.05
Pine Tier Lagoon2.01
Bronte Lagoon1.03
Bradys/Binneys/Tungatinah3
Laughing Jack Lagoon2.49
Lake Liapootah2.25
Lower Derwent Valley-9999
Wayatinah Lagoon0.41
Lake Catagunya0.73
Lake Repulse0.27
Cluny Lagoon0Spilling
Meadowbank Lake 0.21
West Coast-9999
Lake Burbury1.84
Lake Margaret5.53
Whitespur Pond7.8
Lake Newton2.71
Lake Plimsoll7.28
Lake Murchison17.53
Lake Mackintosh6.04
Lake Rosebery0.19
Lake Pieman0.43
South West-9999
Lake Pedder1.37
Lake Gordon21.95
End of List-9999
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