Home > The Granite Belt & Southern Downs > Glenlyon Dam Tourist Park, Glenlyon Lake ,Stanthorpe Region

Glenlyon Dam Tourist Park, Glenlyon Lake ,Stanthorpe Region

Item Code: DDQLD28
Glenlyon Dam Tourist Park, Glenlyon Lake is 106km South West of Stanthorpe Qld or 68km west of Tenterfield, NSW. A popular spot for watersports and fishing.

Glenlyon Dam Tourist Park, Glenlyon Lake, is a great spot for those families into water sports and fishing. The Park has laundry facilities, a kiosk, toilets, warm showers, BBQ's, powered and unpowered sites,boat hire, ice and fuel, all on site. The Lake is full of perch and Murray Cod for the anglers amongst other species, and the dam is popular for water skiing as there are no boating restrictions.

This is a commercial tourist park so it's hardly bush camping, but with all the roos and bird life you'll definitely get that country feeling.

For more information click on Key Features above.


Cost: For information on Fees and bookings the park on phone 6737 5266 or email glenlyondamtouristp@bigpond.com. Bookings are recommended.



Getting there: You can either take the New England South from Stanthope and then take the Bruxner Hwy west out to the Dam following the signs. This is about 106km and just over an hour. Alternatively you can take The Stanthorpe Texas Rd South West, then turn left onto Glenlyon Dam Rd. This is about 93km and will take about 1hr 30min.



                                                               
    

FEATURE SITE

Booluomba Ck, Conondale Nat Park

North of Brisbane, QLD

A secluded campsite set in an amazing Rainforest setting on the beautiful Booluomba Creek. The creek is cool and shallow, great for the kids or for just lounging around in, and the water is some of the clearest fresh water you'll ever come across. The tent only camp sites are well kept and shaded. If you love bush camping this is a site well worth visiting.

See the site right here

                                            

 

Australian Geographic Sale

FacebookNewsShopBookmark SiteTell a FriendPrintContact UsHome