Water Storage Levels
The majority of Warwick's water supply is taken directly from Leslie Dam. Leslie Dam is approximately 12 km west of Warwick and is located on Sandy Creek. Leslie Dam supplies drinking water for Warwick, Allora and Yangan. Leslie Dam also supplies irrigation water for crops grown in the local area. Leslie Dam has a catchment area of 603km2 and is owned and managed by Sunwater.
The water storage level for Leslie Dam is updated on the hour by Sunwater. Details can be found on the Sunwater Storage Levels page.
Connolly Dam is approximately 15km south of Warwick and is supplied by Rosenthal Creek. Connolly Dam has a catchment area of 134km2 and is owned and managed by Council. Connolly Dam is used at Council's discretion to supplement drinking water supplies. The latest river heights for Rosenthal Creek at Connolly Dam can be found on the BOM website. Data is provided for the previous 7 days and the water level is updated every 3 hours. Click here to see if there have been any inflows.
Storm King Dam
Storm King Dam is approximately 8km south-east of Stanthorpe and is supplied by Quart Pot Creek. Storm King Dam is owned by Council and has a catchment are of approximately 91km2. Storm King Dam is the sole supply for Stanthorpe's urban supply network. The latest river heights for Quart Pot Creek at Storm King Dam can be found on the BOM website. Data is provided for the previous 7 days and the water level is updated every 3 hours. Click here to see if there have been any inflows.
24 February 2020
|Storm King Dam