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30 November 2020
Lake Pegasus is closed to all recreational users because toxic algae (plankton cyanobacteria) was found in the water and Canterbury DHB’s Community and Public Health unit have now issued a health warning.
People and their dogs should avoid all contact with the water until the health warning has been lifted.
Samples of the water have been taken for testing with results to be confirmed later this week and signage will be put in place around the lake warning people of the risk.
Environment Canterbury is monitoring the site, with Canterbury District health Board being responsible for issuing health warnings. The public will be advised of any changes in water quality via our website and Facebook.
Facts about cyanobacteria:
For further information visit:lawa.org.nz/explore-data/canterbury-region/
Learn what to look for in lakes and rivers:ECan - Potentially toxic cyanobacteria (pdf)
Or contact Community and Public Health on (03) 364 1777:cph.co.nz/your-health/recreational-water/
Or you can read our Frequently Asked Questions factsheet