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Beautiful and peaceful

Well, we were out of season and the park was almost empty so very serene. We stayed 4 nights in our... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2018
Iain C
Woy Woy, Australia

Had an unpowered site beside the dam. Only us and the wildlife . So peaceful despite a tree full of... read more

Reviewed 23 February 2018
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Private Mail Bag, Inverell, New South Wales 2360, Australia
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Reviewed 10 June 2018

Well, we were out of season and the park was almost empty so very serene. We stayed 4 nights in our caravan on a powered site with views of Copeton Waters. Basic but clean facilities including flush toilets, hot showers and dump point. Fantastic kayaking...More

Thank Iain C
Reviewed 23 February 2018 via mobile

Had an unpowered site beside the dam. Only us and the wildlife . So peaceful despite a tree full of galahs and the scenery was magnificent . Plenty to do if that’s what you wanted. Boating and fishing and a golf course . Plus walking...More

Thank 188annec
Reviewed 28 January 2018 via mobile

We used the tingha side which has no facilities but has great camp areas if you like bush camping. Has gravel boat ramp, and is great for family fun. If you want toilets etc showers need to go to main side.

Thank rodneyw326
Reviewed 22 January 2018

Had a lazy day enjoying the sun, the views, kayaking and fishing. What struck us was the low water level. We had to drive across about 200 metres of what was once lake-bed, past dead once-submerged trees to get to the water's edge. It made...More

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Reviewed 4 January 2018 via mobile

Our second visit to stay here! This time we bought friends with us! We camped alongside the dam, enjoying the breathtaking sunset, and moonrise, watched emus and kangaroos grazing, and chatted by the campfire. During the day, we swam, kayaked, went fishing, caught fish immediately!...More

Thank Katie W
Reviewed 27 September 2017 via mobile

We only did a day visit but would love to come back and spend time kayaking, skiing and swimming. Cabins looks really good and there are plenty of amenities blocks and other facilities.

Thank deborahe364
Reviewed 18 September 2017 via mobile

We recently camped on a non powered site here at this amazing place! Beautiful waterway, loads of kangaroos, goats and the birdlife was varied. We had our boat moored right at our campsite on the waters edge. Fire at night what more could you want?We...More

Thank G5593EFsandrab
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Love going out for the day fishing or camping for the weekend . Its a great place to take the family and friends. There is plenty of wildlife and the last time we went out we seen Kangaroos, Emus and Deer.

Thank Danna S
Reviewed 11 July 2017

What a lovely spot to camp or a day visit. A great spot for families to get together. Toilets and showers. Bring a camera, and walking shoes. Water is so refreshing to swim in. Fishing, skieing. We like camping and the swimming. Just a good...More

Thank malav807
Reviewed 9 April 2017

What a find! So picturesque and unspoilt, yet with all the facilities (toilets, play equipment for kids and a little kiosk). I will return for the swim next year and maybe stay at the Park.

Thank Jacqui H
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