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Lake Leake

12 Ratings



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12 Reviews

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darcie :.
3 months ago

Beautiful and relaxing spot with grassed area to camp along the lake and fire pits scattered. Clean toilets and an undercover BBQ area and table - well maintained with bins around for any rubbish. Place is easy to access and would definitely recommend! There is a donation box to help the volunteers that maintain the site :)

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Thomas C.
3 months ago

Great spot, very relaxing. Easy access for any type of vehicle. BBQ and toilet facilities, with about 4 fire pits scattered around the site. Will be back!

Photo of Maisie
5 months ago

Beautiful spot by the lake. Plenty of space and flat ground for tents. Good well kept facilities, donation based campsite, they just ask for a small donation to help them maintain the site. Warm water for dishes. Easy access in any kind of car and easy to find. Fires only allowed when it's not fire ban season. There are fire pits available and brassieres and a barbecue.

Photo of Phoebe
6 months ago

Beautiful lake with lots of bird life

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Eva D.
8 months ago

Very quiet spot. Not much around but some serious serenity, with a lovely lake to ponder the meaning of life by! The road in is a bit rough in places but it’s white bitumen. No fires between November to April. Toilets flush with lake water. BBQ, tank water, and donations asked. Tranquil spot.

Top Questions

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Mark B. 1 year ago

Is the water drinkable? There’s a rainwater tank at one spot and taps attached to the main building.


We boiled the rainwater from the tank - not dead yet by Stephen M.



949 Glencoe West Rd,
South Australia

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Caltex Tarpeena

11.37 km

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