Caravan and Camping in Condamine

Discover a water enthusiast’s dream in Condamine

The Condamine River provides a tranquil spot to camp along its banks. The river weaves through the Western Downs, creating a haven for water sports, fishing and birdwatching. The river is part of the Balonne catchment, one of the largest catchments in the Murray-Darling Basin and harbours some of the best Murray cod and yellowbelly fishing in Queensland. Drop a line and try your luck when descending upon the town of Condamine, with access down under the bridge, from the western side. 

Caravan and Camping in Condamine

Caliguel Lagoon

A short drive (seven kilometres south of Condamine) you’ll find Caliguel Lagoon. Everything about this camping destination centres on the water – it promises a good spot for kayaking, swimming and fishing. It’s got all the makings of a site that you come to for a visit but stay a while, thanks to a toilet block (one that’s disabled and baby-friendly we might add), an outdoor shower, barbeques and picnic facilities. A birdwatcher’s heaven, Caliguel Lagoon is perfect for swimming, fishing, kayaking and other water sports. It’s also a free camping site, making it a favourite amongst locals and travellers alike.

Contact Information

Caliguel Lagoon is a free campsite with no bookings required.

Access: From Condamine, head south on the Leichhardt Highway (A5) for 3.1km and turn onto Condamine-Meandarra Road. You’ll find the campground 4.1km on the left.

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