Teddington Weir

View of a weir taken from the causeway, taken at Teddington Weir

Teddington Weir is a dam on Tinana Creek south of Maryborough, first built in 1875. The current weir was last worked on in 1975, having been reconstructed twice after it was first built. The weir holds 3,500 megalitres and is the main storage of water for Maryborough. Tallegalla Weir is further upstream, also built as … Read more

Kirar Weir

Weir from the bottom with no flow of water. Kirar Weir is west of Eidsvold on the Burnett River and a day use area with a toilet, picnic tables, and wood BBQ

Kirar Weir is on the Burnett River eight kilometres from Eidsvold. The weir was built in 2005 with the name Kirar given by the local aboriginal group Wakka Wakka meaning ‘creek’. The park is next to the weir to enjoy the area and has toilets with flushing toilets, a sheltered and an unsheltered picnic table, wood BBQ, … Read more

Churchbank Weir Reserve

Churchbank Weir Reserve is south of Ipswich along the east branch of Warrill Creek. The weir is at the junction of Mutdapilly Churchbank Weir Rd and Peak Crossing Churchbank Weir Rd, with access to the reserve about a kilometre back towards Peak Crossing. The reserve is upstream from the weir of Warrill Creek. The entrance is … Read more