Lake Belmore is the aquatic jewel of the Gulf Savannah.
Lake Belmore is the largest body of fresh water in the region providing locals and tourists with a cool, clean, quiet place t swim, fish, ski, canoe and socialise.
The lake is stocked with Red Claw, Barramundi and Sooty Grunter with Black Bream occurring naturally. Barramundi and Sooty Grunter fingerlings are purchased and released into the lake every year to ensure that the seasonally unrestricted fishing is always fantastic. Note: To fish in Lake Belmore you must have a current Stocked Impoundment Permit (SIP). For information and to purchase a SIP please use the following link:http://www.qld.gov.au/recreation/activities/boating-fishing/rec-fishing/dams/
Situated less than 4 km from town on a fully sealed bitumen road, the earth wall dam was constructed in 1995 as the town’s primary water supply. Prior to 1996, Croydon mainly obtained its water from a number of bores from mining pits, such as the Golden Butterfly, which with time were becoming dry.
Recreational Facilities at the lakeside include:
- Beach sand area with huge shade shelter
- Boat Ramp and sealed circular driveway around facility
- Free electric barbeques under a huge shade structure with lights
- Children’s Playground
- Modern Ablution Block – showers and toilets
- Cafeteria utilised by local Clubs and Groups for Events
- Designated areas for swimming, skiing and canoeing
Lake Belmore is one of the region’s best recreational secrets!