Pejar Dam was constructed to supply water for the city of Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia. It is one of three water storage facilities serving the city, and is used to augment the water supply when Sooley Dam is unable to maintain enough water in Rossi Weir, from which Goulburn's water filtration plant is supplied. The dam was completed in 1980 by the New South Wales Department of Works for the Goulburn City Council to augment the water supply. It can store 9,000 megalitres over 1.55 square kilometres collected from a catchment of 142 square kilometres. The dam wall is 25 metres high.