Theresa Creek Dam - Theresa Creek QLD
Theresa Creek Dam is locatred at 580 Percy Albert Drive, Theresa Creek in Queensland. Theresa Creek is 998km north west of Brisbane. The trip takes approximately 11 hours, although slower if you are towing a heavy van or large rig. If you enjoy putting a kayak in the water then this is a good place to stay. Great Red Claw fishing is possible in this area. There is plenty of room here for RVs of all shape and sizes. Please respect the personal space of other campers who may be in the area when you arrive.
Theresa Creek Dam can get a little noisy on the weekends with ski boats. Some generators run through the day - allowed till 9.00pm. You could easily relax here for a couple of weeks.
Photos and reviews on this page were kindly supplied by our roving reporter Roger Sando in July 2016.
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Contact and Location
Theresa Creek Dam
580 Percy Albert Dr - W
Theresa Creek QLD 4721
GPS:S22 58 16,E147 33 13
GPS:S22 58.28,E147 33.2251
We stayed here overnight in mid June 2016. It is a very big site with several different areas for vans either close to the water or sited a little distance away. There is a caretaker on site where bookings are taken. We paid $15.00 for the one night and a coloured ribbon is issued to be tied in a visible place on your caravan. There is no power or individual taps for water but the site has several toilet blocks (in reasonable condition) located near the van groups. We camped close by the water where there were several carport type shelters in a row which are meant to be used as a shelter/patio and you simply park your van alongside and put tables/chairs out under the shelter. Not meant to be carports for vehicles either. There are a few permanent fire places and evidence that many people have had camp fires in the past. It is an excellent site and plenty of evidence that Red Claw are caught in the dam. There is also a small marina type area constructed with rock groynes that allow people to leave their tinnies tied up there overnight.
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