Lake Dunn 'The Lake'


4.5 from 40 users


Lake Dunn, more commonly known as 'The Lake' is a freshwater lake 68kms northeast of Aramac. Lake Dunn's Aboriginal name is pajingo bola, meaning 'Big Fella Waterhole' and is 3.21kms long and 1.6kms wide. It was named after James Dunn, who was a head stockman at Mt Cornish Station, and discovered it when he tracked a mob of cattle there. Lake Dunn is a birdwatchers paradise and is home to over 133 different species of birds. Lake Dunn offers powered and unpowered sites on the lakes edge. Cabins are also available. The cabins sleep four persons and have a refrigerator and electric kettle and toaster. Bring your own crockery, cutlery, bedding and food and something to cook on or with. Facilities include toilets, showers, dump point and swimming in the lake. Pets permitted.please phone ahead of arrival number listed on main page.

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Lat: -22.603236 Lng: 145.673895

User Reviews


Two And A Dog

Good place if on unpowered sites. Limited power sites. One water tap on each of the 5 power poles. Each tap had one caravan hose on it which did not allow anyone else to share the water. Should be a rule to use hoses on taps to fill vans tank only. Nice backing on to the lake. Long walk to toilet block. Amenities very good.


Claire & Den

So glad to be back here! We are hoping to stay for about a fortnight. Joanne takes booking which are essential & comes around in the late afternoon to collect fees. All of the sites in the powered area backing onto the lake are $25, 4 sites to each pole with one tap of drinking water.


M And J

Carolyn ..yes


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