in 1987 for irrigation purposes, Lake Dyer is an "off
stream" storage where eccess water is diverted from
Creek when in flood. The water is stored for irrigation
purposes and may see this location emptied in times of
When full, it holds 6950 ML at an average depth of 7 m
and has a surface area of 100 hectares.
is allowed on the foreshore at the council run caravan
park. Toilets, hot showers, BBQs, drinking water and tables/shelters
There are no boating restrictions on Lake Dyer, however
there is a maximum of 8 boats allowed on the lake at any
time. A single lane concrete ramp is provided for launching
when the lake is full. When low it is a matter of launching
off the firm bank in front if the camping area.
Stocked Impoundment Permit (SIP) is required to fish at
Lockyer Valley Fish Restocking and Management Assn. 2
Alexander St. Laidley.Qld. 4341