Accommodation Berringer Lake - QLD Tourism

ACCOMMODATION BERRINGER LAKE NSW

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BIG4 Bungalow Park

123 Princes Hwy , Berringer Lake NSW 2539
Situated on Burrill Lake, BIG4 Bungalow Park has been developed to present a natural appearance. Set on the shores of beautiful Burrill Lake with over 150 metres of sandy beach, a concrete boat ramp and two separate jetties, it ensures that the water can be fully enjoyed by all guests. The park is renowned for the many native birds, especially Rainbow Lorikeets which are fed daily. Bird feeding times are 3pm (winter) or 4pm (summer). BIG4 Bungalow Park has an array of accommodation options from budget friendly right through to luxury. All of the accommodation options have reverse cycle air-conditioning and Hari dryers. Not to mention the prime positioned camp sites to suit tents, camper trailers and even caravans. The park's many features include two camp kitchens, tennis courts, mini golf, children's playground, large family jumping pillow, salt water swimming pools, barbecue areas, canoe and pedal boat hire.
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Berringer Lake Holiday Cottages

96 Berringer Road, Berringer Lake NSW 2539
Berringer Lake Holiday Cottages consists of four self-contained cottages, nestled on a 17 hectare block of former farmland and native forest on the shores of Berringer Lake, a northern arm of Lake Conjola. Each cottage can accommodate up to four people. The location presents tranquillity by being away from public roads and the hustle and bustle of large tourist parks and urban dwellings with views of the lake, forest, grasslands as well as National Park across the lake. Enjoy beautiful sunsets by the lake shore, the array of beaches in the area and native flora and fauna in the forest. The lake is ideal for boats, canoes and kayaks, as there is a four knot speed limit in this part of the lake. All this, and only two to three hours drive from Sydney and Canberra.