Mercedes-Benz Club of Queensland
Mid-Week Run to Cormorant Bay Recreational Reserve - 8th August
The Wivenhoe Dam is a rock and earth-fill embankment dam with a concrete spillway across the Brisbane River in South East Queensland, Australia. The dam wall is located about 80 kilometres by road from the centre of Brisbane.
Wivenhoe Dam was planned in the early 1970s as a flood mitigation and water storage dam. The 1974 Brisbane flood highlighted the need for flood protection for South East Queensland. The lake also forms part of the water storages for the Wivenhoe Power Station.
Cormorant Bay Recreational Reserve is one of the many recreational areas on the banks of Wivenhoe Dam.
10.30am: Meet at Cormorant Bay Recreational Reserve on Thursday 8th August, Brisbane Valley Highway, Lake Wivenhoe QLD 4312
BYO Morning tea and lunch with tables and chairs
RSVP your interest by Sunday 4th August with Terry Philip Ph: 0488 049 497 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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