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Moora Moora Reservoir

Moora Moora Reservoir

The Moora Moora Reservoir is a minor reservoir located on the upper reaches of River Glenelg catchments within the Grampians National Park.

The reservoir is the main source of water supply to the Wimmera Malle Pipeline’s Supply System 6.

Moora Moora Reservoir – Camping & Fishing, Victoria

The reservoir of Moora Moora covers an area of 280 hectares when full and is fed by two main creeks, Moora Moora Creek and Castle Creek. Moreover, a number of rivers also channel their waters towards this reservoir.

The reservoir is known by the locals as a bush camping area as well as a recreational area for fishing and boating. In addition, plenty of recreational activities are carried out at the lake, however, authorities only allow a speed limit of five knots when boating.

Tourists can also enjoy the calm and fresh waters of the reservoir through swimming. The reservoir also allows camping which, according to the authorities, should be carried out adjacent to the main embankment. Certain activities are not permitted on the reservoir such as jet skiing and water skiing.

The reservoir also serves as a spectacular site for bird watching and features multiple species of colourful birds.

Address
Glenelg River Rd
Glenisla, VIC

Operating Hours
24 hours

Phone
131 963

Ticket Prices / Admission
Free

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