Lake Clarendon Day Use Area

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Lake Clarendon is located east of Gatton and is an off stream storage that supplies water to the Central Lockyer Irrigation Scheme, supporting local producers.

Paddling is permitted on the lake with access via the small picnic area provided by the Lockyer Valley Regional Council. Fishing from the shoreline and from paddle craft is also permitted. Lake levels fluctuate frequently. Always exercise caution when launching or retrieving paddle craft.

Bird watching is popular at this location, with a short walking trail located beside the dam wall.

Download the Lake Clarendon Recreation Guide for detailed information about activities, as well as a map and important safety information.

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Picnicking at Lake Clarendon

Bird watching at Lake Clarendon

Bird watching at Lake Clarendon

There is a walking trail adjacent to the dam wall for bird watching.

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Stand up paddling at Lake Clarendon

Canoeing at Clarendon

Kayaking at Lake Clarendon

Kayaking at Lake Clarendon

Lake Atkinson is currently closed to all water-based activities due to low water levels and water quality issues. We will open the lake as soon as it is safe to do so. Check our recreation and safety notices at for updates.

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Fishing at Lake Clarendon

Fishing at Lake Clarendon

Lake Atkinson is currently closed to all water-based activities due to low water levels and water quality issues. We will open the lake as soon as it is safe to do so. Check our recreation and safety notices at for updates.

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