Camping at Yarrie Lake
Yarrie Lake is the perfect spot to relax and recharge whether you're in a tent, caravan, motorhome or just doing a day trip.
Each camp site has ample room for vehicles and has access to non potable water and a fire ring. Most sites have a shelter with table and seating and are surrounded by trees which offer some privacy between camp sites. We have powered and non powered sites available on a first come first served basis.
There are toilets, showers and a small laundry available at the main entrance near the caretakers building and there are also toilets and showers (cold water) located on the opposite side of the lake.
Yarrie Lake can be very busy in summer with motorboats, and while swimming is permitted around the entire lake, we also have a designated swimming area located at the main entrance near the boat ramp. This is a perfect spot for safe swimming, particularly for smaller children.
Yarrie Lake can be accessed from Narrabri and Wee Waa. For further directions visit our map.
Camping Rules and Fees
If you intend to camp at Yarrie Lake you will need to see the caretaker upon arrival to pay the appropriate fees.
There are numerous bins located around the lake. To help us keep Yarrie Lake the great place it is, we ask that you please
dispose of all rubbish in the bins provided and please don't bring glass bottles to the lake.
Dogs are strictly prohibited
Fires are permitted in the designated fire rings. Please check local fire restrictions and bans prior to lighting your fire.
Yarrie Lake has noise restrictions in place to allow all campers a peaceful nights rest. Please switch off all generators and keep
noise to a minimum between the hours of 10pm and 7am.
We would like all visitors to have a safe and enjoyable camping experience at Yarrie Lake. If your group is found to be
disturbing other campers with offensive or threatening behaviour, or you are found to be vandalising property we will ask you
to leave and your fees will not be refunded.
Camping at Yarrie Lake is at your own risk. We take every precaution, but we ask that you take due care and act in a
manner that will keep yourself and your group safe for the duration of your stay.
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