Water sports are a passion with many people living in, and visiting, Temora.
Lake Centenary, just north of the town, is a man-made centre for aquatic enthusiasts - whether it is power boating, waterskiing, sailing, canoeing, using the paddle boats, or just swimming. The 55 hectare lake has an excellent boat ramp as well as landscaped picnic facilities. It is an ideal venue for a relaxing day out.
For the safety of all, boat operators are reminded to be considerate and mindful of the rules and regulations governing the water. Adhering to the guidelines will help ensure a safe summer.
A boom gate is in operation at the lake for entry to the boat ramp, to be used only by vehicles with a boat trailer.
Passes for access to the boat launch area are available from the Caltex Service Station in Hoskins Street. A day pass costs $15, plus $35 bond, redeemable on return of the gate card; while a 12 month pass costs $50. The rules of the area are outlined on the pass, and signposted at the ramp, and all users are urged to make themselves aware to ensure they are compliant.
Various coming events, or environmental factors, may effect the 'open' status of the lake. Users are encouraged to either check here regularly to ensure they are kept up to date with events as they are planned, or like Council's Facebook Page or the Lake Centenary Facebook Page
February 9, 2014 - RAMS Triathlon – LAKE WATERS CLOSED
March 1-2, 2014 - Malibu Series Round 8 Ski Tournament - LAKE WATERS CLOSED