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Bundoora Dam
Middlemount, Isaac Area

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07 4944 5888
1300 130 001


The beautiful Bundoora Dam is located approximately 28 kilometres south-west of Middlemount along Middlemount Road that joins onto Connection Road. It is a delightful man-made spectacle that was constructed on German Creek for mining purposes. It holds around 10,000 mega litres of water when full and is an ideal spot for water skiing and swimming. For those keen fishermen, the dam is full of Saratoga, Golden Perch, Eel-Tailed Catfish, Sleepy Cod, Spangled Perch and Redclaw Crayfish. So don't forget to bring your rod and tackle! Boating is permitted (however a six knot speed limit applies to the whole of the dam). If you are looking for a spot to stop overnight, this is a perfect place as camping is permitted and it's well equipped with tables and public amenities!

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  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Swimming

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Connection Road
Queensland 4746 Australia

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07 4944 5888
1300 130 001


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