Thureau Hills Camping Queenstown lake burbury

Thureau Hills camping area is signposted along the A10 highways, app. 15 kilometres to the east of Queenstown. Travel a further 3.5 kilometres south until you find the camping area, where you will find tent based camping spots (limited) that are suitable to camper trailers, vans, caravans, motorhomes and campervans. Please make sure you carry your own water and firewood as facilities at Thureau Hills campground are limited. The campsite Thureau Hills is suitable for larger caravans, campervans or motorhomes. A concrete boat ramp is located at Thureau Hills. The formal camping area, caravan park and boat ramp are located on the eastern side of the bridge. Boat launching and informal camping is also available near the Darwin Dam at the southern end of the lake. Anglers or other people using this area are encouraged to bring portable toilets or be sure to walk at least 100 metres from the water, dig a 15-centimetre hole and bury all waste including toilet paper. Lake Burbury is one of the larger hydro lakes on the West Coast and is highly regarded by many anglers as one of the best fishing trout spots in Tasmania. Lake Burbury is within close proximity to the township of Queenstown where fishing licenses can be purchased. See also: Discovery Holiday Park Strahan
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  • NO
  • Limited
  • maximum stay
  • 1 night only
  • Powered sites
  • NO
  • Yes
  • Contact No.
  • (03) 6471 4700
  • Dogs Allowed
  • ON lEADS - ask
  • National Park
  • NO

Off A10 Lyell Highway

This campground next to the massive Lake Burbury is popular with campervans, motorhomes and caravans, but facilities are limited. Lake Burbury offers fishing, boating and kayaking and offers a scenic mountain backdrop which is spectacular during Winter. Thureau Hills campsite is reached 4 km along a sealed road from the Lyell Hwy (A10), via a well-signposted turn-off to the south and is app. 15 km from Queenstown where you can buy food and petrol.