Little Para Reservoir is a reservoir in South Australia serving the city of Adelaide. It was built between 1974 and 1977, costing A$11.5 million, and commissioned in January 1979.
The reservoir is built in the path of the Little Para River and is used for water storage and flood mitigation. As the Little Para’s catchment is insufficient to fill the reservoir, it is mainly used to store water pumped from the River Murray. Periodically water is released from the reservoir into the river, enabling refreshing of ground water. source Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Para_Reservoir)
This fly-through has been created using 10cm digital aerial imagery captured using a Microsoft UltraCam-X camera system. The orthomosaic generated through photogrammetry has been draped over a 50cm digital surface model also generated using photogrammetry.