Web camera for Lake Eucumbene

NSW Maritime this week switched on the 16th NSW waterways web camera. The latest webcam allows boaters to view live boating conditions at popular trout fishing venue Lake Eucumbene in the Snowy Mountains.

Member for Monaro Steve Whan said the Lake Eucumbene camera was the first to be installed to assist inland boating.

“Lake Eucumbene is a great destination for fishing and boating. This web camera will assist those people planning a trip to assess the conditions before even leaving home,”  Whan said.

“With the upcoming October long weekend heralding the start of the new boating season, it is a good time to remind people about the availability of webcams on our waterways to assist in safe boating.”

“Alongside the direct feed to the camera on the NSW Maritime website is key weather information including wind, temperature and a link to water level data.”

NSW Maritime is currently providing web cameras in coastal locations of Coffs Harbour; Narooma; Port Macquarie; Shoal Bay, Port Stephens; Tweed Heads; Manning River, Harrington; Swansea; Sussex Inlet; Moruya Heads; Merimbula Lake; Bermagui; Brunswick River; Richmond River, Ballina; Clarence River, Yamba; Nobby’s Beach, Newcastle.

NSW Maritime is warning boaters to take extra care on the waters as run off from heavy rains and snow melt in the alpine regions is combining to impact on Snowy Mountains lakes, dislodging safe navigation aids such as buoys and markers.

The live feed from the camera can be found at:

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