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Lake Cressbrook - Toowoomba Region

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Lake Cressbrook - Toowoomba Region is about 60km north east of Toowoomba. The dam provides any number of activities and camping choices and you'll be tripping over the wild life.

Lake Cressbrook - Toowoomba Region has a numbered of camp sites for tents and also caravan and trailer areas. There is a variety of shaded and sunny sites. Many with shrub privacy borders.

The site boasts a massive camp kitchen with tables, BBQ and sinks. There is also a separate fish cleaning area, rubbish bins and modern toilet and shower facilities.

A sealed boat ramp is located in the day-use area approximately 1Km away. Cressbrook is a water supply dam so swimming is not permitted however, access to lake for paddle craft is permitted.

NOTE: Firewood is not available on site, either for sale or by collection. All firewood for use at your campsite is strictly bring your own. Alcohol is not permitted at this location.

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Cost: $8.00 PN (under 5 free) | $32.00 per family (two adults and any number of children under 18yrs) PN | Groups of more then 20 persons qualify for a discounted rate of $5.00 per person per night. For further inofrmation visit www.tr.qld.gov.au



Getting there: From Toowoomba head north to the town of hampton on the New England Hwy. From Hampton take the Hampton-Esk Rd. Follow this out to Ravensbourne and take a left into Philip Rd, then left into Ravenbourne Dip Rd then Mount Jockey Rd. (From Hampton Esk Rd the Dam is well signed.) Follow Mt Jockey Rd down the the entrence of the Dam. From the entrence follow the signs to the camp area.



                                                       
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