Are dogs allowed at Borumba Dam?

At Lake Borumba, you can enjoy: BBQs and picnics • boating • camping (at designated camp grounds) • fishing • rowing, canoeing and kayaking • sailing • water skiing • tubing There is no swimming or domestic pets allowed at Lake Borumba.

Can you have fires at Borumba Deer Park?

FIRES : Small open fires are permitted only in firepits provided. You are also welcome to bring your own firepit to the park.

Is teewah beach dog-friendly?

Dogs are allowed from first cutting to Teewah on the beach but not allowed on the beach past Teewah.

Can you take dogs to Booloumba Creek?

Is Booloumba Creek Camping Dog-Friendly? Please note this is a Queensland National Park and rules state that Dog or any domestic animals are not allowed.

Where is Neurum Creek?

D’Aguilar National Park
Neurum Creek camping area is in the North D’Aguilar section of D’Aguilar National Park, about 76km from the city of Brisbane.

Are dogs allowed on North Shore beach?

Dogs are allowed off leash in the park, on the beach and in the water all day from Monday to Friday. On Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays this is restricted to non-peak hours before 9am and after 4pm.

Can you go camping with pets at Borumba Deer Park?

BOOK NOW (07) 5484 5196 Being able to holiday with the whole family is special and Borumba Deer Park understands this so camping with pets is permitted. Pets are welcome subject to the conditions listed below, including the payment of a $50 bond.

Why choose Lake Borumba campgrounds?

The campgrounds are surrounded by Imbil State Forest and Yabba State Forest, which offers an extensive trail network for you to explore. Lake Borumba campgrounds offer campsites in lush grassy areas, shady campsites with spacious areas, which are perfect for both tents and caravans.

Where is the Borumba Dam day use area?

Surrounding by national park and state forest, the Borumba Dam Day Use Area is an extremely popular spot only a few minutes’ drive from Borumba Deer Park. Are you ready to experience Borumba Deer Park?

Can you bring pets to Lake Borumba?

No pets allowed: The areas around Lake Borumba are home to an abundance of native wildlife. To protect this wildlife, and for public safety, domestic pets and other animals cannot be brought into any of the catchment, lake or recreation areas at Lake Borumba.