Water restrictions have been lifted across south-east Queensland, with the State Government saying dams across the region are at more than 90 per cent of capacity.
Acting Water Minister Andrew Cripps says the move is sensible.
He says there is no specific trigger point for the reintroduction of restrictions, but average consumption last month was 180 litres per day per person.
"The target at that water restriction was 200 litres per day and that gives us confidence that south-east Queenslanders have demonstrated that they understand that water is a valuable resource and that they do value their water," he said.
"We do not expect their attitudes will change with the ending of water restrictions."