Theresa Creek Dam Camp Area

Private Campground - Queensland

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Theresa Creek Dam is located 22 km south west of Clermont in Central Queensland. With bitumen access all the way to the boat ramp, with 2 boat ramps to choose from. This is the perfect dam for those that like swimming, canoeing, water skiing, fishing, or just relaxing and watching time pass you by. There is also a kiosk/cafe available on site as well.


Theresa Creek Dam is well worth a visit, with a couple of toilet blocks, showers, shaded picnic tables, bins, BBQ’s, 6 x 6 camping shelters and plenty of spots to access the dam for land based anglers and red claw hunters. Red claw crayfish are the main target species in the dam however; you can also chase Barramundi, Golden Perch, Eel-Tailed Catfish, Sleepy Cod, Silver Perch and Bony Bream. Permits for fishing are required through DPI. 


Sorry no EFTPOS as phone coverage is not real great. Pets welcome with strict rules. NO powered sites as we are a camping ground. This is a glass free area. Campfires are permitted. Camping fees are $15 per couple/per night kids free. Generators are permitted within specified hours.


CMCA User
 24/07/2018
Spent two lovely nights here on way north from Rubyvale. Great value, great views, little short on amenities for the volume the park can hold at peak times. Lovely food at the kiosk. One of the loveliest sunsets we have ever witnessed. Redclaw for dinner.

cmca.kylie0
 28/04/2022
Excellent place to stay. Pet friendly Good sealed road all the way. Amenities great. Hot showers & toilets scattered around. Can park wherever you like, busy on weekends. 2 boat ramps. Food at kiosk is very nice & the serves are huge. Kiosk closed Mondays. Firewood, ice & some other items available. Has dump pt & town water available but not to fill your tank. $15 per site per night max 2 adults, kids free. Definitely recommend staying here

CMCA User
 13/10/2015
Have stayed here a couple of time beautiful spot. There are several camping areas from almost CP style up near the kiosk to lake side camping on the shore. Firewood was available for purchase from the store which provides basic needs. Lots of bird life.

CMCA User
 01/07/2019
Loved it so much, we extended our stay. Amenities dated, but good hot showers. Cafe carrying small line of supplies. Highly recommend Brownie. Limited cellphone and TV cover (depends where you park). Plenty of campsites. No power. $15pn 2 adults. Dogs allowed. Red claw in dam.
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Per couple per night $15.00
Per couple per night, children no cost
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