Lake Burrinjuck Leisure Resort

590 Woolgarlo Road, Burrinjuck, NEW SOUTH WALES View Map

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Lake Burrinjuck Leisure Resort is located on the shores of Lake Burrinjuck, approximately 38km from Yass and an hours drive from Canberra.

Burrinjuck Waters State Park is 75 hectares of un-spoilt Australian bush nestled on the Southern escarpment of Mt. Barren Jack in NSW. It offers spectacular scenery and friendly wildlife in their natural state. The park is quiet and peaceful, with tranquil surroundings.

It is a stunning place to relax and enjoy a myriad of recreational activities. It offers a haven of untouched native bushland just waiting to be enjoyed. Get up close and personal with the native wildlife, or satisfy the thirst for adventure with a choice of water sports.

Lake Burrinjuck is home to the famous Murray cod, as well as Golden perch (yellow belly). Other species such as trout, redfin and European carp are targeted on a regular basis. . The fishing is excellent, and the lake is ideal for all types of boating. There is a boat ramp at the park.

Available Park Features

  • 7
    Number of powered sites
  • 40
    Number of unpowered sites
  • 6
    Number of on-site cabins/caravans
  • No Pets Allowed
  • Childrens Playground
  • BBQ Area
  • Swimming Pool
  • Resident Manager
  • Backpackers Accommodation
  • Sites Available for Short Stay
  • Kiosk
  • Hot showers
  • Washing Machines
  • Dryers
  • Large Sites for RVs
  • Star Rating
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  • SERGIO Feb 2013

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    Absolutely a beautiful and well maintained park on the banks of Burrinjuck dam. Great facilities including a shop with a petrol bowser. There is a boat ramp and bait available for the keen fisherman and plenty of open space and play equipment for the kids. Secure boom gate access after hours is easy and well organised. All types of accommodation from tents to cabins available. Showers are well placed at several locations and are coin operated so bring along change. If I had to find something negative to say the only thing would be the last five kilometres of road down the mountain to the park. The road is very narrow and winding. Although plenty of bigger vans make it down there I would suggest picking a quiet time of day such as early morning or evening.

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