|Tinaroo Hydro Power Station|
|Commission date||May 2004|
|Construction cost||$4 Million|
|Make and model||Francis turbine|
|Nameplate capacity||1.6 MW (2,100 hp)|
|Annual net output||5579 MWh (2012/13)|
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