Lake Inverell Reserve

Overview

Lake Inverell was formed in 1938, when the dam wall across the Macintyre River just upstream of Inverell was completed.

Lake Inverell Reserve is now a peaceful aquatic sanctuary close to town. The area is home to a large variety of birds, platypus, kangaroos, wallabies and waterbirds, and is a popular area for barbecues, walking, bird watching and fishing. Dogs are permitted on a lead within the reserve.

There are two walking tracks provided. Lake Inverell Walk is a three kilometre return trip, easy grade walk. Keen walkers can continue on the Barayamal Walk, which passes through Barayamal National Park, and is a medium grade six kilometre return trip walk. Dogs are not permitted in Barayamal National Park.

Barayamal National Park is currently closed until the end of January, 2020, unless otherwise updated due to Bushfire. For more information visit the NSW National Parks website.

Barbecue and picnic areas are available for your use, and fishing and non-powered boats are permitted in the lake.

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