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Lake Burrendong State Park - Wellington


Lake Burrendong State Park is located on the foreshores of Lake Burrendong and is divided into two sections: Burrendong Park and Mookerawa Park. Both sections are set in natural bushland with Burrendong Park more developed. The park provides the only public access to the western side of Lake Burrendong. The lake has a stored water capacity that is three and a half times the size of Sydney Harbour.

Lake Burrendong State Park is a good base camp for visiting other local attractions such as Wellington Caves and Phosphate Mine, Wellington-Osawano Japanese Gardens, Lake Burrendong Sport and Recreation Centre, Burrendong Arboretum and Western Plains Zoo.

Park facilities include: boat ramps, playground equipment, kiosk for eat-in or takeaway, free gas barbecues, nine hole golf course, volleyball courts, tennis courts, BMX tracks, skateboard rink and small boat hire.

Motel accommodation is available in Wellington.

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