Details on 46 campsites within 100km of Somerset Dam,

Somerset Dam

Somerset Dam has wheel chair accessable locations Somerset Dam has toilets Somerset Dam has picnic tables You can go fishing at Somerset Dam There are bbqs available at Somerset Dam You are able to canoe in Somerset Dam

Camping Areas at Somerset Dam  (1 campsite)

Somerset Park Camping Area - Popular with water skiiers and fishermen, this is a well equiped campground on the banks of Somerset Dam more...

About Somerset Dam

This dam, only one hours drive from Brisbane, QLD is a popular spot for watersports, fishing and camping.

Powered boats are allowed on the dam with a permit and jet skis and water skiing are both popular activities

There are designated swimming areas (power boat free) and a number of walking tracks around the dam.

There is also a commercial 4wd park (Landcruiser Mountain park) on a cattle property nearby with over 200km of tracks to explore. Not a bad spot to try out those levers between the seats before heading into the bush. It is a popular spot with 4wd clubs and has a number of challenging tracks to play on.

The dam holds up to 900,000 mega litres of water which is release through a hydro power staion and makes its way into Wivenhoe Dam and eventually, the Brisbane River.

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