Biggera Creek Dam
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|Biggera Creek Dam|
|Location||South East Queensland|
|Operator(s)||Gold Coast City Council|
|Dam and spillways|
|Total capacity||3,700 ML (810×106 imp gal; 980×106 US gal)|
The Biggera Creek Dam, or formally the Biggera Creek Flood Mitigation Dam, is a dam established for flood mitigation purposes over the Biggera Creek, located in the South East region of Queensland, Australia. The dam is situated approximately 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) northwest of Southport in the suburb of Arundel. It is operated by the Gold Coast City Council.
The dam has a capacity of 3,700 megalitres (810×106 imp gal; 980×106 US gal) and the height of the dam wall is 15 metres (49 ft).
- "Loders Creek and Biggera Creek Catchments Study Guide" (PDF). Gold Coast City Council. May 2011.
- Bradley, John. "Rapid assessment of flood mitigation benefits of dams" (PDF). Queensland Flood Commission.
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