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Lake Tooliorook Camping Ground

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Lismore Angling Club and camping ground is located at Lake Tooliorook.

Sept 2017 with the lake full and nobody but the seagulls. The water is clear of weed. 


level at march 2016level at march 2016

In march 2016 the level drops more, but the birds are happy. Swans, musk ducks, moorhens....


. Click here to visit our facebook page!

For latest update on fishing click here to google "LakeTooliorook fishing report"

Click here for google images of Lake Tooliorook, and the fish!

Click here for a list of bird species noted on eBird. Currently 59 species. Maybe you can see others.............

Camping sites are unpowered, shaded by lovely trees.

Toilets and showers are clean and modern.

The lake is now full, with good boat access.

The foreshore has recently been upgraded.

Sociable dogs (and kids) are welcome. 

Adult price of camping is now $10 per night.

Under 16. Free                        Disabled access - yes

For further information contact Mr. Geoff Campbell, phone: .0487 337946


It is often fully booked, so check with Geoff well beforehand!

This is a lovely quiet spot for a camp site.


Located 5 km from Lismore on the Camperdown road.



It has pleasant camp sites among kurrajongs and young eucalypts.


There are nice toilets and showers.

There is limited wood for campfires, so it is best to bring some.

There are supermarkets in Lismore and Derrinallum, but in weekends there are basic supplies in the cafes.

Nearby camping grounds are in Lismore by the swimming pool, and at Deep Lake , Derrinallum. (As this one is sometimes fully booked).

There is plenty of water again, and lots of birds.

Click here to read the eBook "Lake Tooliorook and its Surrounds"



The lake has been stocked with trout, and people are fishing....

Some have more luck (skill) than others!


There is an active angling club and clubhouse, and plaground for the children.

It is close to town but away from any busy roads.

Some days it is busy.........

And some days it is not.........

There is lots of bird life (Click here for details)

So you can bird watch if the fish aren't biting.( Black winged stilts)

game cameragame camera

Landcare has set up a game camera to study behaviour.

The Shire has recently upgraded the foreshore access and boat launching.


There is a new floating pontoon jetty.


There is a boat ramp, and sandy beaches where people go swimming.

Click here for a story from a recent visitor.

(Anybody got some more photos or stories for us to post here?)

And now for the rules!...............