SA Water Pumping Station - Todd Reservoir

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Lookout Loop Track, Whites Flat SA 5607, South Australia

1300 729 283


The Tod River Reservoir is 27 kilometres north of Port Lincoln and an ideal spot for a barbeque picnic and some tennis. While youre there you can learn about the dam wall construction in the early 20th century and visit the lookout. The reservoir is supplied by concrete channels fed from weirs constructed across the Tod River and its major tributary, Pillaworta Creek. There is a picnic area with barbeque facilities, tennis court, dam wall lookout and public toilets. The local history museum tells the story of water services and SA Water in the local area and is open Monday to Friday, 8.30am until 4pm. No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -34.48986 Lng: 135.851423

User Reviews



Interesting history of the Tod water scheme in the museum. Drove from Tumby Bay-Cummins-Port Lincoln. Good dirt road.


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The actual Reservoir itself is not worth looking at in my opinion. The drive there was okay.


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