Manly Dam is a heritage-listed former dam that now is a reserve and war memorial.
Wingecarribee Reservoir is about 10 kilometres south-east of Bowral on the Wingecarribee River.
Tallowa Dam is unique for its massive mechanical fish lift which transports fish over the dam wall.
Woronora Dam is the fifth dam built as part of Sydney’s water supply network, and the final one to be built before World War II.
Prospect Reservoir was the centrepiece of the Upper Nepean scheme to secure Sydney’s water supply,
Nepean Dam was the last and smallest of the four dams constructed as part of the Upper Nepean Scheme.
Cordeaux Dam is the second of four dams constructed as part of the Upper Nepean Scheme to collect water from the Illawarra Plateau.
Cataract Dam is one of the oldest and most picturesque dams in Sydney.
Located about 65 kilometres west of Sydney in a narrow gorge on the Warragamba River, Warragamba Dam is one of the largest domestic water supply dams in the world.
This is a series of articles exploring the network of dams that provide water to Sydney.