Theresa Creek Dam is located off the Peakvale Road approximately 22 kilometres from Clermont and was constructed in 1983 by the Blair Athol Coal Project to supply water for Clermont when the Blair Athol Coal Mine was developed. Covering an area of approximately 300 hectare, the dam provides a picturesque spot with picnic facilities available, coin operated barbecues, shaded tables and toilets. It is also an ideal spot for water skiing, sail boarding and fishing. The dam has been stocked with Golden Perch, Jewfish, Saratoga and Silver Perch by the Theresa Creek Dam Fish Management Group, DPI and BSC. To protect this recreational resource, fishing is not permitted 200 metres upstream or 400 metres downstream of the dam wall.... more
There is no kiosk and the water, although clean, has not been treated for human consumption and visitors must take their own food and drinking water.
A permit is required to camp at the Dam area and permits may be obtained from the Isaac Regional Council office at Clermont between 8.45 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. weekdays.A concrete boat ramp has been installed between the picnic area and the ski club building. The best swimming area is in front of the Ski Club Building.... less
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