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  1. SEQ water dam levels. NPD gone up 1.4 % overnight so according to SEQ water they will now commence to release as it is over 68%. Kurwongbah 107% Dams in the Lockyer valley still in trouble with Clarendon at .3%. Bill Gunn at 4.6% , Aitkenson at 6.5% , Moogerah and Maroon very little increase. More rain needed in the Lockyer,Downs and New England but looks like inland has done ok. Maybe the possible cyclone may bring some to where it is still needed. Cheers Ray DAM LEVELS The following table provides the latest available information about the region's dams. Dam levels are updated regularly 24 hours a day. Please note: dam levels are based on automated data which has not been verified. For information about flood levels, contact your local Council. For information about road impacts, contact Transport and Main Roads. For information about river levels, please see the Bureau of Meteorology website. Weekly water security and usage update Dam release notification service Latest dam release update Water for Life Dam Current volume (ML) % full Latest observation Comment Atkinson 1, 968 ML 6.5% 4:49am 10/03/2020 Baroon Pocket 61, 250 ML 100.4% 5:14am 10/03/2020 Dam is spilling Bill Gunn (Lake Dyer) 321 ML 4.6% 5:02am 10/03/2020 Borumba 46, 332 ML 100.7% 4:35am 10/03/2020 Dam is spilling Cedar Pocket 751 ML 102.2% 2:24am 10/03/2020 Dam is spilling Clarendon 66 ML 0.3% 1:07am 10/03/2020 Cooloolabin 7, 050 ML 86.2% 4:57am 10/03/2020 Enoggera 4, 848 ML 106.2% 4:45am 10/03/2020 Dam is spilling Ewen Maddock 16, 785 ML 101.2% 9:05pm 09/03/2020 Dam is spilling Gold Creek 915 ML 114.2% 5:06am 10/03/2020 Dam is spilling Hinze 311, 613 ML 100.3% 3:30am 10/03/2020 Dam is spilling Lake Macdonald (Six Mile Creek) 8, 608 ML 107.4% 5:11am 10/03/2020 Dam is spilling Lake Manchester 26, 426 ML 100.8% 4:00am 10/03/2020 Dam is spilling Leslie Harrison 13, 293 ML 100.7% 4:56am 10/03/2020 Dam is spilling Little Nerang 6, 783 ML 101.2% 4:37am 10/03/2020 Dam is spilling Maroon 27, 180 ML 61.3% 2:47am 10/03/2020 Moogerah 32, 494 ML 38.8% 2:57am 10/03/2020 Nindooinbah 225 ML 83.3% 4:30am 10/03/2020 North Pine (Lake Samsonvale) 147, 188 ML 68.7% 4:20am 10/03/2020 Extra comments Poona 666 ML 101.6% 4:57am 10/03/2020 Dam is spilling Sideling Creek (Lake Kurwongbah) 15, 208 ML 107.2% 2:36am 10/03/2020 Dam is spilling Somerset 304, 859 ML 80.3% 5:19am 10/03/2020 Extra comments Wappa 5, 001 ML 106.5% 5:17am 10/03/2020 Dam is spilling Wivenhoe 599, 168 ML 51.4% 4:34am 10/03/2020 Extra comments Wyaralong 102, 883 ML 100.0% 4:10am 10/03/2020 EDUCATION
  2. Hello, To access dams in SEQ like Hinze for example that don't allow petrol motor use, do I need to completely remove the petrol motor from the boat or can I have it trimmed up out of the water? I'd rather have it trimmed up, in case my electric failed and I couldn't get back with my paddles and have absolutely no way of getting back.