Rocky Creek Dam, Lismore

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Rocky Creek Dam is a minor rock fill clay core embankment dam across the Rocky Creek, located upstream of Lismore in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia. The dam's main purpose is to supply potable water for the region, including Lismore, Ballina, Byron Bay, Evans Head and Alstonville. The impounded reservoir is called Rocky Lake.

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  • I grew up in the area and always love visiting Rocky Crk when I'm home. Make sure you wear long socks, as leeches are very common on the walk! Great to see an upgraded carpark and well maintained... 
    I grew up in the area and always love visiting Rocky Crk when I'm home. Make sure you wear long socks, as leeches are very common on the walk! Great to see an upgraded carpark and well maintained...  more »
  • We chose to do the dam wall and spillage walk, the walk down to the spillage was blocked off waiting for repairs which was a shame because I would have loved photos of the water spilling over the... 
    We chose to do the dam wall and spillage walk, the walk down to the spillage was blocked off waiting for repairs which was a shame because I would have loved photos of the water spilling over the...  more »

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