Sheba Dams, high in the hills above town near Hanging Rock,
miners constructed two dams in the late 1800s to provide sluicing
water for extracting gold. Today, the dams provide a terrific
spot to camp for a few days, especially in summer with the
Date: 1800s River System: Peel River Capacity: 5 Mega Litres Surface Area: 2 - 3 hectares Maximum Depth: 6 meters Average Depth: 3 meters
Sheba Dams are not suited to boating. Canoes / Kayaks are
Camping is permitted at Sheba Dams. Toilets, tables and an
undercover cooking shed are provided at the dams.
/ Motel available in Nundle. See Accommodation
page for details.