Corella Dam


4.3 from 95 users


Qld, 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


Lisa & FTW

Wow what a special place to ponder life! A very special 3 days we have loved! Thank you! We picked up some bottle tops & bread tags, people must think that they are not rubbish! Go figure! We will get back again soon 😎😎



Sweets did you go to the dam & if so what is your opinion of the smell of dead fish. We are in a camper trailer so would be interested to know. TIA


Dick and Tanya

09 August water is lower than last year. fish smell all but gone, evidence of the fish death still here. See photos.


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