Lake Wivenhoe provides more than half of south east Queensland’s drinking water.
Enjoy the day use areas at Logan Complex, O’Shea’s Crossing, Hamon Cove, Billies Bay, Hays Landing, Cormorant Bay and Spillway Common. Designated swimming areas are located at Logan’s Inlet and Billies Bay. Boating is popular at Lake Wivenhoe with non- motorised and restricted motorised watercraft allowed on the lake. Vessels must have low-emission engines and a limit of six knots is in place.
Seqwater manages the recreation facilities at Lake Atkinson.
Before heading to the lake check Seqwater’s recreation and safety notices.
- Four stroke and direct fuel-injected two-stroke engines only
- No carbureted two stroke engines
- 6 knot speed limit applies
- Sailing and electric vessels are permitted
For information about boating, visit the Seqwater website. For updated recreational maps and information about boat ramps and vessel requirements for Lake Wivenhoe, please click here.
- Logan’s Inlet
- Billie’s Bay
For your safety, please swim only in the designated areas and remember there are no lifeguards on duty.