Details on 48 campsites within 100km of Lake Glenbawn Recreation Area,

Lake Glenbawn Recreation Area Campground

Last Updated Nov 2014

Lake Glenbawn Recreation Area has toilets Lake Glenbawn Recreation Area has water available Lake Glenbawn Recreation Area has picnic fireplaces There are bbqs available at Lake Glenbawn Recreation Area There are picnic tables available at Lake Glenbawn Recreation Area Lake Glenbawn Recreation Area has picnic tables You can go fishing at Lake Glenbawn Recreation Area You are able to canoe in Lake Glenbawn Recreation Area


Popular and well developed camping area on the banks of Lake Glenbawn.

The camping area is huge, grassy and has scattered shade. Powered and unpowered sites are available, as well as basic "bush camping" spots if you would like a bit more tranquility.

Facilities are well maintained and included hot showers. There is also a kiosk supplying the basics (bait, ice, bread. milk etc)

There are also self-contained cabins available if you are sick of the tent. These are fairly basic, but clean and tidy.

Lake Glenbawn is becoming well known as a great freshwater fishing location with large bass and golden perch, but the dam also has Murray Cod, yellow belly and plenty of catfish.

Facilities and activities at Lake Glenbawn Recreation Area

Number of sites:

100

Camping Fees:

Unpowered sites from $18 per night in off peak and $25 in peak periods.

Powered sites from $31 - $36

Bookings:

Cashier on site.

How to book:

This area can get very busy on long weekends (and in particular at Easter) however most of the time is no problem.

Phone (02) 6543 7193

Toilets:

Flushing Toilets

Pets:

It is not known if pets are allowed at this campsite

Water Availability:

There is usually drinking water available at this campsite. Please take care, it may still be advisable to boil water before drinking.

Camp fires:

Fires may be allowed in built fire places. Please check local fire bans and rules.

Barbeques:

Gas/electric barbeques available.

Swimming:

You are able to swim in the lake nearby.

Fishing:

There are fishing spots at or near this campsite.

Picnic Tables:

Yes.

Horse Riding:

No

Canoeing / Kayaking:

There are canoeing and kayaking spots at or near this campsite

More Information

http://www.lakeglenbawn.com...

Location information for Lake Glenbawn Recreation Area

This campsite is in Lake Glenbawn

Extremely popular fishing location and with a deserved reputation.

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Access

We have no information available on what vehicles can access this campsite.

Getting there

Located 2 hours north-west of Newcastle, 3.5 hours from Sydney, just off the New England Highway via either Aberdeen or Scone.

From the south, drive through Aberdeen and head north on the New England Highway continue 1.9 kms through Aberdeen, turn right on Segenhoe Road (over railway tracks). Take Allan Bridge road (if under 4 tonne). Then continue to the end, turn left onto Brushy Hill Road, your destination is on the right.

From the north drive through Scone, head south on Kelly Street, Take the 3rd left onto Gundy Road, turn right onto Glenbawn Road, go straight ahead at the cross intersection(Brushy Hill Road) turn left onto Bushy Hill Road, your destination is on the Left.




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