Thank you for visiting Cania Dam and helping us keep our dam recreational facilities a fun and safe place to relax and have a good time.
Recreational facilities are provided by North Burnett Regional Council. See their website for more details.
Fish at Cania Dam include Australian Bass, Golden Pearch, Silver Perch, Saratoga.
There are no boating restrictions at Cania Dam. There is a dual lane concrete boat ramp that is usable when the lake is around half full. Alternatively, most anglers drive down a gravel track toward the dam wall and launch there at low water levels.
No camping is permitted at Cania Dam. There are various accommodation facilities in the Monto district.
For everyone’s enjoyment and safety, please keep your pet on a leash or restrained during your visit.
Help us keep all recreational areas clean and tidy by using the rubbish bins provided. If rubbish bins are full please take your rubbish with you. Please also take any seafood rubbish with you to reduce odour.
If you observe vandalism, antisocial behaviour or any illegal activities, please contact the Police immediately on 000.
Please note that approval is required for the use of Sunwater land for any event or function other than normal visitor activities in approved recreational areas.
Events or functions include, but are not limited to fishing, swimming, rowing, boating or skiing competitions or displays, community events, weddings or other organised activities.
To gain approval, submit a General Application for Access to Sunwater Land or Infrastructure and Events or contact us on 13 15 89.
The recreational use of registered and unregistered motorcycles and four wheelers within the camping area and the surrounding private property is strictly prohibited. The speed limit in the camping area is 20km/h.
Most injuries around dams and weirs are a combination of being in unauthorised areas, excess alcohol consumption, skylarking, not boating to dam conditions and general slips, trips and falls around recreation areas. Enjoy the surroundings of your local dam or weir and stay safe by looking out for potential hazards and risks.