It’s the weekend in Australia. You live in Brisbane, Gold Coast or the Northern Rivers NSW and adventure is calling. You’re after a short getaway, a reconnect and reset with nature. We’d like to introduce you to Lake Moogerah.
Moogerah is located one hour’s drive south west of Brisbane via the Cunningham Highway. For a little more scenery when coming from Brisbane, take the route from Ipswich or the Gold Coast through Boonah’s countryside. Just outside Moogerah, you’ll find the spectacular Moogerah Peaks and five minutes away to the north-east, lies beautiful Lake Moogerah, camping haven throughout the seasons.
Camping options at Lake Moogerah
There are a few different sites to camp around the area, however one of our favourites are the unpowered camp sites at Lake Moogerah Caravan Park.
Lake Moogerah Caravan Park offers a variety of camping sites depending on your requirements:
- Powered camping sites
- Powered van sites
- Unpowered camping sites
- Unpowered van sites
- Big rig friendly
Further information regarding rates and to book Lake Moogerah Caravan Park click here.
There are a number of fabulous camping options when visiting the Scenic Rim region, not just Lake Moogerah Caravan Park. Do a little research here to ensure you’re booking the right fit for you and your adventure buds.
Bell tent camping at Lake Moogerah
When we think of camping we don’t think plastic tents which break and blow away at the sight of a gust of wind or struggling to set something up for hours before sunset. We think durability, comfort and convenience. Enter The Seek Society bell tents, built to last and not for landfill. There’s nothing quite like camping under canvas, and a Seek bell tent fits the perfect vibe for car camping at Lake Moogerah for many years to come.
Activities at Lake Moogerah
Lake Moogerah is a popular destination for camping, boating, fishing, water-skiing or your casual lakeside picnic. For the anglers, the lake is stocked with Australian Bass, Golden Perch, Silver Perch, Mary River Cod and Saratoga. You will need a permit to fish here but there are no boating restrictions on the lake and two concrete launching ramps are provided. The Moogerah Peaks were formed from volcanic activity over 22 million years ago and consist of Mt French, Mt Greville, Mt Moon and Mt Edwards. These peaks are popular with bushwalkers and climbers and are known for their challenging terrain!