• The rolling hills of Howqua
    The rolling hills of Howqua Photo submitted by Allan Layton
  • The Eildon Spillway
    The Eildon Spillway The Eildon Spillway is tested for the first time since 1996, on OCTOBER 12, 2011. Photo submitted by Allan Layton
  • The Bridge at bonnie doon
    The Bridge at bonnie doon Photo submitted by Lisa Skermer
  • There's so much water!
    There's so much water! Photo submitted by Matt Mullins
  • Enjoy a houseboat holiday
    Enjoy a houseboat holiday
  • Take some amazing photos
    Take some amazing photos
  • There's water at bonnie doon!
    There's water at bonnie doon!
  • It's time to launch the boat
    It's time to launch the boat
  • Lake Eildon is full!
    Lake Eildon is full! The lake has not looked this great in 15 years! Make the most of it this summer and plan your holiday today!

 


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Well it seems as though the halcyon days of this forum may have come to an end, from the stat man Phlip, fishing & water level guru Mungral1, the weatherman Nic&Wes, the historian Allan & now even the graph man...
Yes that's the figure of how many years worth of water is available in Melbournes storages.Of course its going to rain in the next 10 years & get topped up from time to time,everyone except the radical greens know this.Desal...
What's happened to Mazman we need to start a campaign bring back Dave & Mazman.Did actually bring it up with Dave's wife yesterday she's going to work on him.Statistics: Posted by sox — 26 Nov 2014, 08:35
carpking wrote:Nothing would surprise me .Back to the pipe i just read the taxpayers maintenance cost for the Nth Sth pipe per year is $500,000.What a waste of money considering we have 10years worth of water in our storage even...


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