Test 2
Date:
29/05/2019

TEST. This test is to prove user management.

SSL Create Recreation and Safety Notice
Date:
25/07/2018

SSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety NoticeSSL Create Recreation and Safety Notice

Recreation and Safety Notice AppSupport
Date:
31/05/2018

Lorem ipsum is a pseudo-Latin text used in web design, typography, layout, and printing in place of English to emphasise design elements over content. It's also called placeholder (or filler) text. It's a convenient tool for mock-ups. It helps to outline the visual elements of a document or presentation, eg typography, font, or layout. Lorem ipsum is mostly a part of a Latin text by the classical author and philosopher Cicero. Its words and letters have been changed by addition or removal, so to deliberately render its content nonsensical; it's not genuine, correct, or comprehensible Latin anymore. While lorem ipsum's still resembles classical Latin, it actually has no meaning whatsoever. As Cicero's text doesn't contain the letters K, W, or Z, alien to latin, these, and others are often inserted randomly to mimic the typographic appearence of European languages, as are digraphs not to be found in the original.

In a professional context it often happens that private or corporate clients corder a publication to be made and presented with the actual content still not being ready. Think of a news blog that's filled with content hourly on the day of going live. However, reviewers tend to be distracted by comprehensible content, say, a random text copied from a newspaper or the internet. The are likely to focus on the text, disregarding the layout and its elements. Besides, random text risks to be unintendedly humorous or offensive, an unacceptable risk in corporate environments. Lorem ipsum and its many variants have been employed since the early 1960ies, and quite likely since the sixteenth century.

Test notice - Views module update
Date:
30/05/2018

Views module update - This is a test notice

Recreation and Safety Notice 2
Date:
23/05/2018

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.

Recreation and Safety Notice 3
Date:
23/05/2018


Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat.

Recreation and Safety Notice 4
Date:
23/05/2018

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor i

Recreation and Safety Notice 5
Date:
23/05/2018

Recreation and Safety Notice 5

Lake Baroon temporarily closed to swimming ENTITY MODULE
Date:
08/05/2018

ENTITY MODULE Lake Baroon is temporarily closed to swimming as a result of heavy rainfall in the catchment and resulting inflows to the lake. The closure is in the interest of public safety while water quality testing is undertaken. We will re-open the lake as soon as it is safe to do so. Please follow the direction of staff and signage on-site.

Enoggera Dam Temporary Closure - Swimming Area and Paddle Craft Launch Point
Date:
13/04/2018

Maintenance works will be undertaken on Monday 30 April 2018 to clear the shoreline vegetation in the vicinity of the swimming area and paddle craft launch point. In the interest of public safety the area will be closed for the duration of the works. All visitors are requested to observe the direction of signage and staff working at the site. The site will be reopened as soon as works are complete.

Wyaralong - Bills Link Trail reopened 6 April 2018
Date:
06/04/2018

Repairs to Bills Link Trail in the Wyaralong mountain bike network are now complete and the trail has been reopened.

All trail users are advised to exercise additional care on the trail as conditions may have changed since last used.

Lake Samsonvale - Postman's Track weed control program
Date:
05/04/2018

Contractors will be conducting weed control work on land adjoining the trail network at Postman's Track, North Pine Dam commencing Friday 20 April.

Signage will be in place to advise visitors of the work area.

Work is unlikely to impact recreational users at this site and is expected to be completed by Friday 27 April.

Wyaralong - Temporary closure of western section of Shoreline Trail
Date:
20/03/2018

The section of the Shoreline Trail from Knehr Road to Ngumbi campsite at Lake Wyaralong is temporarily closed for repair of damage resulting from the recent heavy rainfall in the area.

The Ridgeline Trail in this area remains open and the MTB Trail network is unaffected.

Visitors are not permitted to access the trail during work, which will be completed as soon as possible. Signage is in place at both ends of the closed section of trail.

We thank you for your patience during the closure. You can locate alternate recreation areas via our interactive map at www.seqwater.com.au.

Lake Dyer is open to paddlecraft but closed to all other water-based recreation
Date:
19/01/2018

We have reopened Lake Dyer to paddlecraft activities only. Due to the reduced water levels, the swimming area cannot be used and the boat ramp will remain closed to trailerable vessels.

Paddlers are asked to please exercise extreme caution when accessing Lake Dyer due to the reduced water level. The dam level is less than 10%.

Paddlers should remain vigilant at all times as conditions in the lake may have changed during the closure and previously submerged hazards may become visible.

Thank you for your patience during the recent temporary closure of the lake.

Lake Atkinson and Lake Clarendon temporarily closed
Date:
17/11/2017

Lakes Atkinson and Clarendon remain closed to all water based activities due to low water levels.

Please follow signage and directions of staff on-site.

We will open the lake as soon as it is safe to do so.

 

 

Maroon Dam - Slater Park shoreline works
Date:
17/11/2017

Visitors are advised to exercise caution along the shoreline at Slater Park where undermining and some erosion of the bank is evident.

The affected area has been cordoned off and signage placed at the site.

In the interest of public safety all visitors are requested to please observe the direction of staff and signage while rectification works are completed.

Lake Clarendon closed to all water based recreation
Date:
22/01/2016

Lake Clarendon is temporarily closed to all water-based recreation due to poor water quality.

Seqwater is performing regular water quality testing and will re-open Lake Clarendon to water-based activities as soon as possible.

Seqwater apologises to visitors for any inconvenience caused by the lake’s closure.

Vehicles on multi-use trails at Lake Wyaralong on Friday
Date:
13/01/2016

Visitors to Lake Wyaralong should be alert to the potential presence of vehicles on the multi-use trails this Friday 15 January.

Filming will occur on the trails throughout the day. Visitors may encounter vehicles on the trails during filming.

Please play it safe, listen out for approaching vehicles and move to the side of the trails if a vehicle is in your vicinity.

 

Trails at Lake Wyaralong reopened
Date:
06/01/2016

All trails at Lake Wyaralong have been reopened following a closure earlier this week.

Recent rainfall may have caused conditions to change so please continue to play it safe.

 

 

Beware of submerged hazards when boating
Date:
24/12/2015

Our lakes are part of the natural environment, with the potential for natural hazards and an abundance of wildlife calling these areas home.

If you are boating on any Seqwater lakes throughout the region, please remember to beware of potential submerged hazards in the water. The lake might be quite different from one week to the next, with debris finding its way into the water, lake levels changing, weather etc.

O'Shea's Crossing, Lake Wivenhoe re-opened to paddlecraft
Date:
09/12/2015

O’Shea’s Crossing at Lake Wivenhoe has re-opened to paddle craft access, following a closure due to the detection of blue-green algae.

 

Moodlu Quarry – Public safety notice
Date:
01/11/2015

Some members of the community, including children, are putting their safety at risk to gain entry to Moodlu Quarry.

Seqwater, in partnership with Unitywater, has double-fenced the quarry and provided around the clock security. This is due to the instability of the cliff faces/edges of the quarry and the toxicity levels of the water.

The storage is a closed system and the water toxicity does not pose any risk to the surrounding groundwater or environment, however, it is not safe for swimming or other water-based activities.

Despite the measures taken by Seqwater and Unitywater to secure the area, there are still members of the community who are illegally accessing the quarry at great personal risk.

Seqwater urges residents and members of the public to report any incidents of people seen in the quarry by calling 1800 771 497, or Police (000) if someone is in immediate danger.

Signage is in place around the quarry fence which explain the risks since May/June 2012. 

If you have any questions or would like to discuss this issue further, please email communications@seqwater.com.au.

Eastern recreation trail at Hinze Dam closed
Date:
01/11/2015

The main recreation trail on the eastern side of Hinze Dam will remain closed until further notice. The closure is the necessary due to flooding as a result of the increased capacity resulting from the raising of the Hinze Dam wall. Please monitor this website for updates on the status of the trail.

Smoke hazard at Logan Complex from 15 July 2015 – Lake Wivenhoe
Date:
10/07/2015

Smoke will be visible at Logan Complex next week due to planned burns in the area.

Both burns will commence on Wednesday 15 July 2015 and will be conducted over a two to three day period.

If you are visiting the complex, please remain vigilant and follow the directions of signage and staff on site.

Smoke could stay around for up to two weeks after the burn, subject to weather conditions. If you have a respiratory health condition, follow the advice of your health practitioner and in case of an emergency, call Triple Zero (000).

Temporary closure of Lake Dyer
Date:
26/06/2015

Lake Dyer will be temporarily closed to all water-based recreation due to the Lockyer Powerfest event this weekend, Saturday 27 June and Sunday 28 June.

The event is expected to attract thousands of spectators who will witness water-based activities and enjoy land-based displays and entertainment.

Please follow signage and the direction of event staff.

Recreation status of Seqwater lakes as at 9:00am Thursday 5 March 2015
Date:
27/02/2015

Seqwater is pleased to advise that most of our lakes and recreation areas are open following the severe weather event, however activities are restricted at some lakes.

We understand people are keen to get back in the water but visitor safety is our priority. Please see below for the current status of water-based activities at our lakes.

  • Lake Atkinson – open (closed to swimming until further notice)
  • Lake Baroon – open (closed to swimming until further notice)
  • Lake Borumba – open (closed to water skiing until further notice)
  • Lake Dyer – open
  • Enoggera Reservoir – open
  • Ewen Maddock – open
  • Hinze Dam – open
  • Lake Kurwongbah – open
  • Lake Macdonald – open
  • Lake Manchester – open
  • Lake Maroon – open
  • Lake Moogerah – open
  • Lake Samsonvale – open
  • Lake Somerset – open
  • Lake Wivenhoe – open
  • Lake Wyaralong – open (please be aware of feral animals in the area)

Many of our lakes received significant inflows of water as a result of the severe weather event. Major inflows of rainfall run-off can contain a number of potential hazards for visitors, including microbial contamination, bacteria and debris.

To ensure the health of our visitors, we are undertaking additional detailed water quality testing at all lakes where swimming and/or water skiing are normally permitted – samples of the lake water have been taken and we are waiting on results from the laboratory.

Lakes will be temporarily closed to some activities until we receive appropriate water quality results. Seqwater will re-open lakes as soon as it is appropriate to do so.

Water-based activities are not permitted at Cooloolabin, Gold Creek and Wappa dams, but they are all open to land-based recreation.

Please play it safe when visiting recreation areas - conditions may have changed as a result of the recent weather, and we cannot be everywhere to help you.