Wuruma Dam

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Wuruma Dam
Location24 km (15 mi) North-West of Eidsvold, Queensland
Coordinates25°12′05″S 150°59′17″E / 25.2014°S 150.988°E / -25.2014; 150.988Coordinates: 25°12′05″S 150°59′17″E / 25.2014°S 150.988°E / -25.2014; 150.988
Primary inflowsNogo River
Primary outflowsNogo River
Basin countriesAustralia
Surface area1,630 ha (4,000 acres)
Max. depth36.6 m (120 ft)
Water volume165,400 ML (5,840×10^6 cu ft)[1]
Surface elevation228.3 m (749 ft)

Wuruma Dam was constructed across the Nogo River in the upper Burnett River Catchment for irrigation & town water supply for Eidsvold, Mundubbera and Gayndah.

SunWater is undertaking a dam spillway capacity upgrade program to ensure the highest level of safety for our dams is maintained. The spillway will be upgraded in the longer term.[2]


A Stocked Impoundment Permit is required to fish in the dam.[3]

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