Camping Brady's Lake is popular with fishermen who visit this area to fish for some of the finest, wild brown trout in the world. You access Brady's Lake off the A10; the camping area is signposted just south of the junction of the A10 with the B11 highway. You will find access to the camping ground Brady's Lake app. 6 kilometres south of the A10 B11 junction. There are 2 access tracks; one head south and the other north of the canal. The campsites at Bradys Lake are bush camping, and the area is suitable for larger vehicles. Please note there are no facilities; bring your own fuel stove, water, and a portable toilet is recommended. Bronte Lagoon, Dee Lagoons, Bradys Lake, and Lake Echo are members of a group of lakes on the southern side of the Arthurs Lake plateau offering excellent trout fishing opportunities and boat launching facilities. Accommodation is available nearby at Bronte Park and Tarraleah. Phone (03) 7271 6221 for more information. See also: Camping Lake King William, Camping Dee Lagoon, Camping Bronte Lagoon, Laughing Jack Lagoon Camping, Camping Butlers Gorge, Camping Jonah Bay Arthurs Lake, Camping Tungatinah Power Station, Lake Binney Camping, Woods Lake Camping, Camping Walls Of Jerusalem National Park, Camping Penstock Lagoon, Camping Lake Sorell, Camping Arthurs Lake.
Please note the following:
- There is no mobile telephone reception
- There is a very basic long drop-toilet near the jetty
- The jetty and boat ramp area is at the northern end of Bradys Lake Rd
- There is no firewood - you will need to bring your own
- Brady's Lake is above 800 metres - snow is common, and it can get very cold and windy