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Camping Lake Leake

Lake Leake Tasmania (03) 6381 1319
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Lake Leake campground is app. 10 kilometres north of Swansea and 35 kilometres east of Campbell Town and accessible from signposts off the A3 Highway. The Lake Leake camping area is an attractive grassed area located beside the popular Lake Leake fishing lake. Lake Leake campground has four level areas with power for caravans, campervans, camper trailers and motorhomes. If demand is high, overflow camping may be available at a nearby oval. There are limited facilities at the Lake Leake campground, that include toilets, shelter and showers. The lake can hold 22.1 gigaliters of water and was named after Charles Henry Leake, who was a member of the Tasmanian Legislative Council. The lake is used for recreational fishing where trout is the prize – brook trout, brown trout and rainbow trout are all caught in Lake Leake. An inland trout fishing license is required for all persons fishing who are aged over 14 years. Lake Leake is built on land owned by the Northern Midlands Council; the main purpose is to accommodate recreational anglers. Dogs are OK but must be kept on a leash at all times. A summary of the Tasmanian fishing regulations are contained within the Tasmanian Inland Recreational Fishing Code. See also: Camping Campbel Town: Griffin Park Fingal: RV Friendly Fingal: RV Friendly St Marys: RV Friendly St Helens: Camping Oatlands: Camping Tooms Lake: Camping Mayfield Beach: Camping Trout Creek: Camping Friendly Beaches: Camping Coles Bay

State or Territory Tasmania
Region Central Tasmania
Town Lake Leake
Campground Name Lake Leake Campground
Telephone (03) 6381 1319
Dogs Allowed Yes
Website Visit Link Here
Maximum Stay NA
Bookings Taken Yes
National Park No
Suit Big Rigs Yes
Suitable Tent Camping Yes
4WD Only Camping No
Country Australia
State/Province Tasmania
distance: 103 Kilometers
Address Lake Leake Tasmania
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