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Visiting an Inland Waters Holiday and Recreation Park is a great day out for the family and allows the public to access Dams for excellent fishing, boating and water sports, even if you aren’t staying at the park.

 

There are boat ramps and parking at all parks along with launch spots for canoes and kayaks. Electric, wood and gas BBQs are available along with picnic areas and shelters. Most Parks have kiosks so you can grab some lunch, snacks, cold drinks and bait. Day visitors can also access park facilities such as playgrounds, tennis courts, jumping pillows, water parks, BMX tracks and more!

 

Day entry fees apply.

 

Click on the park below for specific details


 Burrinjuck Waters

There are a myriad of recreational activities available at the Park, and the surrounding native bushland offers excellent walking for both casual and avid bushwalkers. A variety of trails have been developed, ranging from easy to the more challenging. The famous 370 km-long Hume and Hovell Walking Track also passes through the Park.

 

Get up close and personal with the native wildlife, or satisfy the thirst for adventure enjoying your favourite water sports on the Dam. Fishing enthusiasts will enjoy the variety on offer with Lake Burrinjuck being home to the famous Murray cod, Golden perch (yellow belly), Trout and Redfin.

 

 

 Day Visitor Information

 

 

Visitors can enter the park and use the facilities – grab some lunch from the kiosk, access the Dam or enjoy a BBQ and picnic in the beautiful surroundings even if they aren’t staying on site. Day use fees do apply – which should be paid at the Park Office. Park fees are used to maintain and improve the Park facilities. Click here for Day use fees (link to a PDF with list of fees)

 

 

Kiosk opening hours vary – Open 7 days a week in summer and closed Thursdays in winter. Reception opening hours are 9am to 5pm in summer, and 9am to 3.30pm in winter. (Closed Christmas Day) Phone (02) 6227 8116 to confirm opening hours.

 

 

Park facilities include Beach volleyball and two tennis courts, a “Frisbee golf course”, BBQs, picnic tables, toilets, playground, boat ramps, kiosk with take away food, public telephone and a conference centre and movie theatre, which is available for hire. There are also three fish cleaning shelters available.

 

Vehicle
Entry Fee

 

Annual Pass

 

$10

 

 


$150 – Annual Access Pass and Access Card

 

 


 

Copeton Waters

Copeton has plenty of fun recreation facilities making this the ideal stop for a family day out or an adventure filled holiday.

 

Copeton Dam offers excellent fishing opportunities. Try for your own ‘catch of the day’ with Cod, Yellow belly, Silver Perch, Catfish & Redfin in plentiful supply. There is also trout to be found in the Gwydir River below the dam wall. When the fish aren’t biting there is a multitude of fun recreation facilities to keep the whole family happy including a 9-hole Golf course, tennis courts, adventure playground splash-park and giant jumping pillow.

 

 Day Visitor Information

 

Visitors can enter the park and use the facilities – grab some lunch from the kiosk, access the Dam or enjoy a BBQ and picnic in the beautiful surroundings even if they aren’t staying on site. Day use fees do apply – which should be paid at the Park Office. Park fees are used to maintain and improve the Park facilities.

 

Park facilities include tennis courts, golf course, fishing boats, volleyball, jumping pillow, water playground, toilets, boat ramps, BBQs, picnic tables, kiosk with take away food, public telephone and a function centre.

 

 

Vehicle
Entry Fee

 

Annual Pass

 

$12

 

 

$150

 

 


Cudgegong River

Cudgegong River Holiday Park offers access to Cudgegong River and Burrendong Dam, when the river is full.  Nestled amongst the river plains with rural country views the Park is a pretty spot for a picnic. The kiosk has a huge veranda with views out over the countryside and offers a tasty lunch menu.

 

 Day Visitor Information

 

Visitors can enter the park and use the facilities – Grab some lunch from the kiosk, or enjoy a BBQ and picnic in the beautiful surroundings even if they aren’t staying on site. Day use fees do apply – which should be paid at the Park Office. Park fees are used to maintain and improve the Park facilities.

 

Vehicle
Entry Fee

 

Annual Pass

 

$12

 

 


$150 – Annual Access Pass and Access Card

*The Recreational Day Entry Fee is $12 per vehicle.

Park facilities include playground and picnic areas, toilets, dump point, BBQs, boat ramp and public Telstra mobile reception at kiosk.

 

 


 

Grabine Lakeside

Grabine Lakeside has plenty of fun recreation facilities and wide open spaces, making this the ideal stop for a family day out or an adventure filled holiday. The park is a scenic area offering adventure and the opportunity to reconnect with nature. There are many walking trails through some spectacular scenery across the lake and surrounding countryside to enjoy.

 

Bring the fishing rods and test your skills with catches of silver and golden perch (yellow belly), catfish, trout, and Murray cod on offer. Throughout the spring and summer seasons, Grabine has 42 km of waterways to explore through boating, canoeing, water skiing, sailing and windsurfing.

 

 Day Visitor Information

 

Visitors can enter the park and use the facilities – grab some lunch from the kiosk, access the Dam or enjoy a BBQ and picnic in the beautiful surroundings even if they aren’t staying on site. Day use fees do apply – which should be paid at the Park Office. If arriving early you can access the boom gates using $8 in gold coins, you will need to stop in at the Office or Kiosk to obtain an exit token. Park fees are used to maintain and improve the Park facilities. Click here for Day use fees (link to a PDF with list of fees)

 

Park facilities include tennis and basketball courts, golf course, boat ramps, playground and picnic areas, archery range, BBQs, firepits, camp kitchen, kiosk with take away food and a public telephone

 

 

Vehicle
Entry Fee

 

Annual Pass

 

$15

 

 


$150 – Annual Access Pass and Access Card

 

 


 

Lake Burrendong

Lake Burrendong has plenty of fun recreation facilities and wide open spaces, making this the ideal stop for a family day out or an adventure filled holiday. Bring along your canoes and water skis to make the most out of staying right on the water! Kangaroos, emus and echidnas are regular visitors and you can even try looking for gold in the creek beds around the park. Try a round of golf on the golf course or set up a family challenge on the tennis courts.

 

There is a kiosk on site where you can buy ice cream, drinks and coffee. The kiosk also sells fuel LP gas, ice, bait & fishing supplies. The kiosk is open 9am to 5pm. There is a function centre that is available for conferences, weddings and parties. Contact the Park Manager for information on hire fees and functions.

 

 Day Visitor Information

 

Visitors can enter the park and use the facilities – grab some lunch from the kiosk, access the Dam or enjoy a BBQ and picnic in the beautiful surroundings even if they aren’t staying on site. Day use fees do apply – which should be paid at the Park Office. Park fees are used to maintain and improve the Park facilities. Click here for Day use fees (link to a PDF with list of fees)

 

Park facilities include tennis courts, golf course, volleyball, BBQs, boat ramps, picnic tables and shelters, toilets, playground, public phone, Kiosk with take away food and some grocery items.

 

 

Vehicle
Entry Fee

 

Annual Pass

 

$12

 

 


$150 – Annual Access Pass and Access Card

 

 


 

Lake Glenbawn

Lake Glenbawn has plenty of fun recreation facilities and wide open spaces, making this the ideal stop for a family day out or an adventure filled holiday. Bring along your boats, fishing rods, canoes and water skis to make the most out of staying right on the water!

 

If you don’t manage to catch a fresh lunch, there is a kiosk onsite that does take away food, ice cream and cold drinks. The kiosk also sells bait, lures, some fishing supplies and a small amount of groceries.

 

 Day Visitor Information

 

Visitors can enter the park and use the facilities – grab some lunch from the kiosk, access the Dam or enjoy a BBQ and picnic in the beautiful surroundings even if they aren’t staying on site. Day use fees do apply – which should be paid at the Park Office. Park fees are used to maintain and improve the Park facilities. Click here for Day use fees (link to a PDF with list of fees)Park facilities include; tennis court, pool, free BBQs, boat sheds (for hire), 2 boat ramps, 3 amenities blocks, laundry facilities, picnic areas, children’s playgrounds and kiosk.

 

 

Vehicle
Entry Fee

 

Annual Pass

 

$12

 

 

$150 - Seasonal Pass

 

 


 

Lake Keepit

Lake Keepit has plenty of fun recreation facilities and wide open spaces, making this the ideal stop for a family day out or an adventure filled holiday. Bring along your boats, canoes and water skis to make the most out of staying right on the water!

 

Make sure you bring along the fishing rods as Lake Keepit is famous for its fishing! Try your luck catching the local varieties of Silver and Golden Perch (Yellow Belly), Murray Cod and even Catfish. Cook up a family feast with your “catch of the day” over and open fire. Don’t forget the marshmallows for dessert!

 

Lake Keepit has a kiosk onsite that offers hot food, ice, bait, some boating and water sports supplies, some groceries, fuel, LP gas, ice-creams, snacks, take away liquor licence and cold drinks. The kiosk hires out kayaks, boats, pedal boats, bicycles and tennis racquets. Opening hours vary seasonally but are generally 8am to 5pm Monday to Thursday and open later on weekends during summer. In winter opening hours are minimal. Contact number for Kiosk is (02) 67697693

 

 Day Visitor Information

 

Visitors can enter the park and use the facilities – grab some lunch from the kiosk, access the Dam or enjoy a BBQ and picnic in the beautiful surroundings even if they aren’t staying on site. Day use fees do apply – which should be paid at the Park Office. Park fees are used to maintain and improve the Park facilities. Click here for Day use fees (link to a PDF with list of fees)

 

 

Vehicle
Entry Fee

 

Annual Pass

 

$12

 

 

$150 – Annual Entry including Pass

 

 

 


 

Mookerawa Waters

Mookerawa has plenty of fun recreation facilities and wide open spaces, making this the ideal  stop for a family day out or an adventure filled holiday. Bring along your canoes and water skis to make the most out of staying right on the water!

 

There is an arboretum with native plants and animals, right next to the entrance to Lake Burrendong Park and a mass of subtropical vegetation and local bird life to spot within.Kangaroos, emus and echidnas are regular visitors to Mookerawa and you can even try looking for gold in Muckerwa creek.

 

 Day Visitor Information

 

Visitors can enter the park and use the facilities – grab some lunch from the kiosk, access the Dam or enjoy a BBQ and picnic in the beautiful surroundings even if they aren’t staying on site.Day use fees do apply – which should be paid at the Park Office. Park fees are used to maintain and improve the Park facilities. Click here for Day use fees (link to a PDF with list of fees).

 

Park facilities include golf course, pool, BBQs, toilets, boat sheds, boat ramps, picnic areas, and kiosk.

 

Vehicle
Entry Fee

 

Annual Pass

 

$10

 

 


$150 – Annual Access Pass and Access Card

 

 


Wyangala Waters

Wyangala has plenty of fun recreation facilities and wide open spaces, making this the ideal stop for a family day out or an adventure filled holiday. Bring along your boats, canoes and water skis to make the most out of staying right on the water! You can also bring along your furry friend, and taken them for a scenic walk as well behaved dogs on leash are welcome.

 

The Park has an onsite general store and service station, which sells take-away food at the entrance to the Park. The Store is open 7 days and longer hours in summer from 8am to 7pm. Along with hot food; you can also pick up fishing supplies such as bait and lures as well as ice, fuel, camping supplies and some groceries.

There is also a Community Hall within the Park that is available for hire. This large attractive space is ideal for large groups, schools, weddings, social functions and conferences. Contact the Park staff for information on hire costs.

 

 Day Visitor Information

 

Visitors can enter the park and use the facilities – grab some lunch from the General store access the Dam or enjoy a BBQ and picnic in the beautiful surroundings even if they aren’t staying on site. Day use fees do apply – which should be paid at the Park Office. Park fees are used to maintain and improve the Park facilities. Click here for Day use fees (link to a PDF with list of fees).

 

Park facilities include; swimming area, walking and mountain bike trails, BBQs, toilets, boat ramps, picnic areas, playground, and public phone.

 

 

Vehicle
Entry Fee

 

Annual Pass

 

$12

 

 


$150 – Annual Access Pass and Access Card

 

 

 

Community Hall Hire Rates

 

Features: Commercial kitchen with 2 gas ranges, refrigerators, microwave, cooking utensils and sinks. There are servery hatches to the hall and the veranda. Includes toilet facilities, large covered veranda and 3 coin operated BBQs

 

 

Rates Additional Charges

Hall Only is $125 p/n  Sun – Thurs (off peak

  $155 p/n Fri – Saturday and peak

Hall Kitchen Hire is  an additional $50 per night

Kitchen (with Hall) additional $40/night
You can camp at the hall at $10/night adults and $5/night children
(NB hall is used as emergency shelter for the district. No refund will be given in the case of an emergency)

 

 

 

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