Cockatoo Lake

6 Ratings


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Debbie B. 1 year ago

Where is the closet place to have a hot shower?


6 Reviews

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Jenny W.
3 months ago

Lovely lake with lots of bird life. Water is a bit low at the moment but when it is full would be great for swimming and boating. Some yabbies were caught by others while we were there. One flushing toilet available. Green grass to camp on. Plenty of trees and fire pits. So peaceful.

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Josh H.
7 months ago
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Karen W.
10 months ago

What a fantastic campsite . Visited in July school holidays not a person in sight. You have to travel on a dirt road to get there for a couple of kilometres Main entrance camping with loo and some shelter was a bit boggy but accessible by a car , so camped other side of lake , would need a four wheel drive to be safe . That entrance is of Deepwater road , and easy to miss. Bring some wood and have a fire , plenty fire pits. Amazing views of lake in the morning covered in mist. Swing ropes for kids to jump in the lake ( would be fantastic in warmer weather) Would definitely go back.

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Jess J.
1 year ago
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Erica B.
1 year ago

Mosquitoes eveywhere. Camped overnight during September. Not alot of space for camping if boats and trailers are about. Plenty of fire rings for campfires. No firewood available so best to bring your own or if you have a chainsaw, find some on the way. Lake was great and kids had fun swimming.


LOT 244 Grubbed Rd,
South Australia

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11.51 km

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