Welcome to Lake Wivenhoe Camping!
Enjoy camping at one of our two campgrounds – Captain Logan Campground and Lumley Hill Campground at Lake Wivenhoe. We are just an hour from Brisbane’s CBD located on the beautiful Lake Wivenhoe.
Lake Wivenhoe, more commonly referred to as Wivenhoe Dam, is a haven for those who enjoy water-based recreation, particularly for kayaking and canoeing. The water is very calm due to the lack of powered boats, which makes for an enjoyable, relaxing experience or a spot of fishing.
You can choose from our grassy sites overlooking the lake for a tranquil setting. Enjoy a relaxing stay with natural shade and vegetation or get out on the water for recreational activities. Watch out for kangaroos, possums, ducks and a wide variety of birdlife during your stay.
Reception Opening Hours
Monday to Saturday
8:30am - 5:00pm
9am - 2pm
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