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Saw this mentioned in a tourist brochure and thought we would go looking to see the meteor hole. So glad we did it was the bizarrest thing the middle of nowhere there is this huge round lake that was pale cloudy blue surrounded by bbq...More
Great place to stay , camp sites are surrounded buy a large lake. Plenty of room and there is basic showers and toilets. $15 per night un powered and extra $5 for power. Great for kids as you can get away from most of the...More
After the first night at a powered site we took a walk around the lake and decided to have another night at the unpowered sites across the lake. We had the new amenities all to ourselves and enjoyed luxury bush camping. Since there was no...More
When we stayed they were mowing the lake (no water). We choose an unpowered site for the one night to be on our own from the caravans. Facilities small, concrete based but spotlessly clean. Were told to help ourselves to any wood laying around to...More
We visited Yarrie Lake because of its proximity to the Australian Compact Array, radio telescope array near Wee Waa/Narrabri. Its not far from the road and it was very interesting to visit the lake in the dry season when it was empty of water. You...More