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Lake Leake Campground

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3 Reviews

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Guest A.
3 months ago
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Kath W.
3 months ago

Spent 2 nights camping here. Lovely quiet bushy spot. A bit windy. Great bird life with tall forest very close by. Only 4 powered sites but we were the only ones here - perfect! Close to the lake with... Read more

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Gypsy
1 year ago

Nice place to go fishing and camping



Location

Lake Rd,
Lake Leake,
Tasmania

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Ross Newsagency

15.83 km

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