Lake Burbury is popular with local fishermen and is located on the edge of Tasmania's World Heritage Wilderness Area. Lake Burbury is located a 15-minute drive southeast of Queenstown. You can fish for the elusive Tasmanian wild trout, with both brown and rainbow trout in abundance however licenses are required (14 years and over) and trout fishing is seasonal. Lake Burbury Camping Ground offers a large grassed camping area, many spots with good shelter. Campsites cost a small daily fee of app. $6.00 per tent, campervan, or RV, and a caretaker is located on-site. Lake Burbury Camping Ground provides two good excellent sites next to Lake Burbury; both are suitable for tents, caravans, campervans, and motorhomes. You must carry your own water and firewood. There is a coin-operated barbecue, fish in the lake, or enjoy water sports such as kayaking and canoeing. Please note this campsite can be very busy in summer and during holiday periods; the grassed camping areas can get very wet after heavy and/or prolonged rain and or snow. Lake Burbury Camping Ground is located on the Lyell Highway, app. 3-hour drive (250 km) southwest of Launceston or a 20-minute drive east of Queenstown. For inquiries contact the caretaker on 0400 860 993 during business hours (0830 to 1700 Monday to Friday), or 03 64 712762 if you are calling after hours.