Lake Nallan. 19.7Ks N of Cue Eastenside


4 from 9 users


Nallan Lake is a nature reserve and other than in times of drought when it may dry up, is a haven for a huge array of plant and birdlife including black swans. During periods of heavy winter rains Lake Nallan transforms into a favoured picnic spot. The surrounds will become covered with carpets of colourful everlastings and other flowers. Youll find the lake about 20km north of the Cue townsite. Camping is permitted for a maximum of 48 hours. There are no facilities. Campers must be self-sufficient. If you do not have your own toilet, bury human waste at least 100m from tracks, camping areas and water bodies. Bury toilet paper or bag and dispose of in a bin once you leave the site. Take all rubbish with you and leave no trace. No open fires.

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Lat: -27.257458 Lng: 117.982206

User Reviews



Just got here great spot to stay away from the road. Plenty of bush for windbreak away from waters edge. Not crowded at least 100m from any other van.



Nice spot to pull into. Make sure you drive down further into the campspot as you can hear the trucks close by. Plenty of water in the lake. Nice birds and nature.


User 2299852

Have stayed here twice. Very nice spot. This time lake is full and overflowing in parts Have read a few reviews. Astounds me number of people who cannot read. Signs a plenty NO OPEN FIRES. Signs are for a reason.


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