Rocky Valley Dam

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Coordinates: 36°52′27″S 147°17′38″E / 36.874197°S 147.294002°E / -36.874197; 147.294002 The Rocky Valley Dam is located on the Bogong High Plains, near Falls Creek, Victoria, Australia, a winter ski resort. The dam is man-made and has a capacity of 28,000 megalitres (990×10^6 cu ft) and is situated at 1,600 metres (5,200 ft) above sea level.

The dam was created for the Kiewa Hydroelectric Scheme, owned and operated by AGL Energy. The dam is also utilised in snow making in winter for the Falls Creek ski resort.

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