Have your say on Goulburn-Murray Water recreation facilities

Planning under way: Goulburn-Murray Water is developing its land and on-water service plan. Photo by Contributed

Goulburn-Murray Water is developing its land and on-water service plan and is asking visitors to lakes, dams and reservoirs to provide feedback on the recreational facilities.

Even though the purpose of the water storages is to capture, store and release water, G-MW water storages services acting general manager Scott Wikman said the areas were also great places for recreation.

“Many of our lakes, dams and reservoirs have fantastic recreation infrastructure like parks, barbecues, boat ramps and facilities that make them the perfect place to visit and play,” he said.

“To ensure the future of our storages as a great place to visit, we would like to hear from visitors to our storages on what matters most to them in terms of service and amenity provision.”

The survey closes on Monday, February 28. To fill out the survey or for more information, go to Goulburn-Murray Water’s Your Say page.

Goulburn-Murray Water lakes, dams and reservoirs

The water storage facilities G-MW is asking people to provide feedback on include:

Dartmouth Dam, Hume Dam, Yarrawonga Weir, Torrumbarry Weir, Mildura Weir, Kangaroo Lake, Kow Swamp, Lake Boga, Lake Charm, Lake Buffalo, Lake William Hovell, Lake Nillahcootie, Lake Eildon, Goulburn Weir/Nagambie Lakes, Waranga Basin, Lake Eppalock, Cairn Curran Reservoir, Tullaroop Reservoir, Laanecoorie Reservoir, Newlyn Reservoir, Hepburns Lagoon.