6 Cabins - prices vary per night for 2 adults. Extra adult and children fees apply.
Children under 6 yrs - free
Day visitors - approx $8 per car
Buses - approx $8 or 50c per person (whichever is greater)
Special deals: Age Pensioner
50% discount per vehicle.
All powered and unpowered camping 25% off.
Please confirm Tariffs with park before booking.
Ph: 02 6846 7435
Year-round attractions for fishing enthusiasts, nature lovers, bushwalkers, campers and picnickers.
In Spring and Summer there is pleasure boating, sailing, swimming and water skiing at Lake Burrendong.
Rod and reel enthusiasts will enjoy the Fishing. Redfin is the top catch, with catfish, Murray cod and Golden perch (yellow belly) also around and with nothing more than a piece of string and bit of bait, Yabbies can also be caught.
Come, Visit some of the best scenery in NSW.
Lake Burrendong State Park is just one hour's drive from both Orange and Dubbo and only five hours from Sydney. Lake Burrendong is 79 kms from both Orange and Dubbo and a short 27 kms from Wellington on Burrendong way.
There is no public transport to Lake Burrendong. Public Transport will get you to Orange, Wellington and Dubbo but road travel would need to be organised from these centres.
Camping, Caravan Facilities - powered and unpowered camp sites.
BBQ's - both gas and electric
Bait and Lures
2 x 9 hole golf courses
Things to do:
Bush Walking/Hiking - many trails available through Burrendong and Mookerawa
Lake Burrendong Arboretum - about 2,000 species of flowering native plants, shrubs and trees have been established on 160 hectares south of Burrendong Park's main entrance. The arboretum is one of the largest collections of Australian plants in cultivation and is the home of many native animals.
BBQ's and Picnics around the lake
Gold panning, fossicking in various creek beds around the parks
Fishing - redfin, golden perch, catfish, cod and freshwater crayfish.
Boating - sailing, waterskiing, canoeing,
Golf, Tennis, Volley Ball
The world-famous Western Plains Zoo at Dubbo, housing many of the world's exotic animals, is just an hour's drive from Lake Burrendong.
Established in 1964 on over 167-ha, it has one of the largest collections of Australian plants in cultivation. Over 50,000 Australian flowering plants, trees, shrubs and wildflowers, including numerous rare and endangered plants.