Lake Lenthall Camp Area, Duckinwilla is a popular fishing location for anglers chasing a variety of popular freshwater species.The Dam is stocked with barramundi, Australian bass and perch and anglers need to have a fishing permit, which can be bought at tackle stores or any local post office. The campground offers a superb camping location for those who want to do a bit of angling from smaller vessels.There's picnic areas with barbecue facilities, a shelter with tables, a public toilet, car park and a boat ramp. Up to 18 people are allowed to camp at any one time, with an additional six motorised self-contained campers allowed on site. Campers need to bring their own drinking water and a gas stove as no open fires are allowed at the campground.
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Cost: For bookings call the Lenthall Dam ranger office on 4129 4833 | Sites must be booked because of limited space.
Getting there: About 17km north of Maryborough from the Bruce Hwy, take Lake Lethall Rd and follow the signed ,unsealed road several Km's out to the Dam. -25.405059, 152.532758
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