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 read the following terms and conditions, check water levels below, and plan your trip accordingly.

Lake levels

Lake Metres from full Comment
North
Trevallyn Pond 1.32
North West
Lake Mackenzie 8.06
Lake Rowallan 4.27
Lake Parangana 1.73
Lake Cethana 1.78
Lake Barrington 0.53
Lake Gairdner 1.76
Lake Paloona 0.00 Spilling
Central Plateau
Lake Augusta 3.06
Arthurs Lake 1.84
Great Lake 11.92
Little Pine Lagoon 0.45
Shannon Lagoon 0.10
Penstock Lagoon 0.20
Woods Lake 0.19
Upper Derwent Valley
Lake St Clair 1.77
Lake King William 3.26
Lake Echo 7.28
Dee Lagoon 0.00 Spilling
Pine Tier Lagoon 2.41
Bronte Lagoon 0.84
Bradys/Binneys/Tungatinah 2.58
Laughing Jack Lagoon 1.67
Lake Liapootah 0.82
Lower Derwent Valley
Wayatinah Lagoon 0.51
Lake Catagunya 0.93
Lake Repulse 0.29
Cluny Lagoon 0.77
Meadowbank Lake 0.15
West Coast
Lake Burbury 4.58
Lake Margaret 2.40
Whitespur Pond Unavailable
Lake Newton 3.35
Lake Plimsoll 3.47
Lake Murchison 12.63
Lake Mackintosh 1.72
Lake Rosebery 0.95
Lake Pieman 0.81
South West
Lake Pedder 1.35
Lake Gordon 27.24
Last Updated: 05/12/2020 12:15:46(EST)
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