Corella Dam


4.3 from 82 users


Clem Walton Park Rd, Cloncurry, Queensland


Primitive bush camping at Corella Dam. There are no facilities. Campers will need to be self sufficient. Dispose of all rubbish appropriately. Entry via unsealed road. Pets are permitted. Keep pets under control and pick up after them. Located about half way between Mount Isa and Cloncurry, Lake Corella was created in 1959 by the construction of the Clem Walton Dam to provide town water for Mary Kathleen Uranium Mine. Cattle will be found grazing in this area. Very limited Telstra.

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Lat: -20.836264 Lng: 140.050038

User Reviews


Damo Wendy Coombs

The 2 Ronnies We camped there a few weeks ago no worries We have a 7mtr semi off road van and a land cruiser but would be fine for 2wd just take it steady and pick a suitable spot up top We arrived at midnight after a long day and it was perfect but stayed up top as definitely not trying to negotiate in the night


The 2 Ronnies

Can anyone advise if this campground is open and accessible during the wet season - Jan, Feb, March? TIA.



1day ago. Beautiful spot on the dam Crocs are there. Close gate when you go in. It has padlocks but can enter. Nice and Clean.


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