Historical information

The State Electricity Commission of Victoria constructed the Kiewa Hydro Electric Scheme on the Bogong High Plains. The scheme consisted of storage dams and pondages, aqueducts, tunnels, pipelines, transmission lines and three power stations.. Rocky Valley dam was the biggest storage and the last to be completed.


Rocky Valley dam was the largest storage within the Kiewa Hydro Electric Scheme. Begun in 1954 and completed in 1960. It was linked to McKay Creek Power Station

Physical description

Coloured photo attached to cream cardboard. The background shows hills and the foreground a sign "Rocky Valley Dam ..." The middle shows the dam with water and its bank. There is snow on the ground.