Wyaralong Dam Project: Key Facts

By Richard High12 May 2009

Queensland Dam Consortium has been appointed to build the AU$ 348 million (US$ 266 million) Wyaralon

Queensland Dam Consortium has been appointed to build the AU$ 348 million (US$ 266 million) Wyaralong Dam by Queensland Water Infrastructure (QWI). Courtesy: Queensland Water Infrastructure Pty Ltd

Anticipated annual yield (when operated with Cedar Grove Weir) - 21000 mega litres per year

Location - On Teviot Brook, 14km north west of Beaudesert

Water depth at dam wall - 28 m

Average depth (in river channel) - 14 m

Full supply area - 1230 ha

Total capacity - 103000 mega litres

Total project cost - AU$ 348 million (US$ 266 million)

Properties affected - 19

Road relocation - 11.9 km

Scheduled completion - mid-2011

Courtesy: Queensland Water Infrastructure Pty Ltd

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