The main reservoir of the scheme is the Rocky Valley Dam, which has a capacity of 28 billion litres and is situated at 1600 metres above sea level. The scheme also contains a number of smaller dams and pondages. A great deal of the water in the dams comes from melting snow, which covers much of the area during cooler months.
Linking the reservoirs and power station are 11 miles (18 km) of tunnels, and 32 km of aqueducts. The scheme consists of four power stations:
|No||Power station||Max. Capacity||Turbines||Coordinates|
|1||McKay Creek Power Station||150 MW||6||36°51′31″S 147°14′3″E / 36.85861°S 147.23417°E / -36.85861; 147.23417 (McKay Creek Power Station)|
|2||Bogong Power Station||140MW||2||36°48′23″S 147°13′40″E / 36.80639°S 147.22778°E / -36.80639; 147.22778 (Bogong Power Station)|
|3||Clover Power Station||29 MW||2||36°47′8″S 147°13′14″E / 36.78556°S 147.22056°E / -36.78556; 147.22056 (Clover Power Station)|
|4||West Kiewa Power Station||62 MW||4||36°45′36″S 147°11′10″E / 36.76°S 147.18611°E / -36.76; 147.18611 (West Kiewa Power Station)|
|Rocky Valley Dam||36°52′27″S 147°17′38″E / 36.87417°S 147.29389°E / -36.87417; 147.29389 (Rocky Valley Dam)|
|Rocky Valley Aqueduct||36°52′6″S 147°17′42″E / 36.86833°S 147.295°E / -36.86833; 147.295 (Rocky Valley Aqueduct)||Diverts water south into Rocky Valley Dam|
|Langford West Aqueduct||36°53′38″S 147°18′59″E / 36.89389°S 147.31639°E / -36.89389; 147.31639 (Langford West Aqueduct)||Diverts water north into Rocky Valley Dam from vivinity of Mt Cope|
|Langford East Aqueduct||36°52′51″S 147°20′16″E / 36.88083°S 147.33778°E / -36.88083; 147.33778 (Langford East Aqueduct)||Diverts water east into Rocky Valley Dam|
|Pretty Valley Pondage||36°53′56″S 147°14′19″E / 36.89889°S 147.23861°E / -36.89889; 147.23861 (Pretty Valley Pondage)||Pondage for McKay Creek Power Station. Fed by tunnel from Rocky Valley Dam|
|Cope East Aqueduct||36°55′57″S 147°16′8″E / 36.9325°S 147.26889°E / -36.9325; 147.26889 (Cope East Aqueduct)||Diverts water north through Cope Saddle into Pretty Valley Pondage|
|Cope West Aqueduct||36°56′3″S 147°15′7″E / 36.93417°S 147.25194°E / -36.93417; 147.25194 (Cope West Aqueduct)||Diverts water north through Cope Saddle into Pretty Valley Pondage|
|McKay Creek Power Station penstock||36°51′53″S 147°14′13″E / 36.86472°S 147.23694°E / -36.86472; 147.23694 (McKay Creek Power Station penstock)||Carries water from Pretty Valley Pondage to McKay Creek Power Station.|
|Lake Guy||36°48′0″S 147°13′27″E / 36.8°S 147.22417°E / -36.8; 147.22417 (Lake Guy)||Pondage for Clover Power Station.|
|Clover Dam||36°46′52″S 147°13′7″E / 36.78111°S 147.21861°E / -36.78111; 147.21861 (Clover Dam)||Pondage for West Kiewa Power Station.|
|West Kiewa Power Station tailrace||36°44′40″S 147°10′4″E / 36.74444°S 147.16778°E / -36.74444; 147.16778 (West Kiewa Power Station tailrace)|
|Mt Beauty Pondage||36°46′52″S 147°13′7″E / 36.78111°S 147.21861°E / -36.78111; 147.21861 (Mt Beauty Pondage)||Regulation pondage below West Kiewa Power station|
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