Lake Boondooma Caravan and Recreation Park

An Angler's Paradise!

Lake Boondooma is located on the Boyne River 20km from Proston. The area has been transformed into a comfortable and fun recreation camping village with a variety of accommodation including self-contained cabins, a bunk house, powered caravan sites and lakeside camping. Lake Boondooma is regularly stocked with fingerlings of golden perch and other popular recreational sports fish. Angling, swimming, sailing and water skiing are all activities that are welcome at Lake Boondooma. Pets are welcome.

Within the grounds you can picnic; play tennis; make use of the safe children's playground or enjoy paddling along the shallow foreshores. You can also ascend the dam lookout, located not far from the caravan park and bunkhouse. In nearby Proston you can visit and enjoy the charms of this quiet, pretty rural town. Or drive around the rear of the dam to view historic Boondooma Homestead.

The camping and recreation area offers self-contained cabins with queen beds, modern kitchens, ensuites, colour TVs and verandahs overlooking the camping grounds and lake foreshores, each capable of sleeping up to five people. We have a communal bunkhouse with an adjoining air-conditioned dining room, modern commercial kitchen, showers, toilets; a modern caravan park with powered sites, hot water showers, laundry facilities and grey water dump point. Unpowered lakeside camping facilities with amenities; a tennis court that's free for campers to use during the day, and for a nominal fee at night. Modern amenities blocks, wood and electric BBQs, safe children's playground, multiple picnic areas around the lake foreshores and a centrally-located kiosk, along with two public boat ramps.

No wonder Lake Boondooma has been described as "one of the State's best kept recreational secrets!"

For booking details and more information visit Lake Boondooma's website.

Learn more about what the South Burnett region has to offer by visiting the South Burnett Regional Council's website.

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