Moogerah Lakeside Bush Retreat

Campground

4.3 from 19 users

Description

Moogerah Lakeside Bush Retreat is only 2 minutes from the Cunningham Hwy and is set in a quiet Bush location on the shores of Lake Moogerah surrounded by the spectacular scenery of the Scenic Rim. Accomodation options vary from bunk style large group bookings and special events, A 3 bedroom self contained cottage to basic Bush camp sites overlooking the lake. There is never a shortage of things to do, you can take a canoe or boat out for a cruise on the lake or try your luck at some fishing, Moogerah is well known for its large Bass and Yellowbelly. There is a good bushwalk at the property that takes you out to striker point and into the gorge waterfall with spectacular views along the way. If you have a 4wd you can take a short drive up to Spicers Gap National Park, here there is a short walk out to the Governors Chair Lookout with spectacular views of the Fassifern Valley.

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Location

Lat: -28.033944 Lng: 152.533811

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Rossco66

Great spot, we scored the huge level slab with water views. Very peaceful. Scott (the caretaker) was very friendly & most helpful, nothing was too much trouble. We didn't need the amenities but they looked very clean. Short drive to Boonah for excellent shops and a free dump point at the showgrounds cvan park. Will definitely be back here.

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Baz123

1) Nice spot for camping. This campsite is predominantly set up for school camps and so on, in-fact there were kids from a school leaving when we arrived. Consequently there are a number of boarding accomidation style lodges you can hire, and there are a number of communal facilities such as showers, toilets and so on. For camping, there is some unpowered and powere camping down by the lake, but the difficulty is there is not much level ground at all, and you are not allowed to camp within about 30m of the shoreline.

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Baz123

2) Consequently decent spots to set up are few and far between. The facilities are a bit of a trek from the lakefront campsites, but if you are self contained this is not an issue. There is also camping up by the facilities, nearer all the cabins, but again, flat ground is limited. It's a beautiful spot, the managers are lovely, and I would definately recommend the place for a weekend.

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