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Lake Wivenhoe is the largest lake in South East Queensland and provides more than half of the region's drinking water. The lake has six recreation areas; Cormorant Bay, Logan's Inlet, Hamon Cove, O'Shea's Crossing, Branch Creek and the Spillway Lookout. The lake and parks are open to the public during daylight hours, seven days a week. At Lake Wivenhoe you can enjoy barbecues and picnics, playgrounds, camping at private grounds, canoeing, kayaking and rowing and multi use trails for walking, running, mountain biking and horse riding. It's also a great spot for swimming, scuba diving or snorkelling at Logan's Inlet designated swimming area, sailing, fishing and a great place to take your boat out. Don't forget to get a fishing permit if you intend on dropping a line in Lake Wivenhoe.