Big, beautiful and a bit off the beaten track, it’s hard to resist the charms of Reflections Holiday Parks Burrinjuck Waters, a mecca for freshwater fishing and native wildlife in charming surrounds.
A 40-minute drive from Yass and less than two hours from Canberra, Wagga Wagga and Young, Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park – set on 75 hectares on the shores of Lake Burrinjuck and the Murrumbidgee River – is the perfect escape for nature lovers.
Put down your phone and pick up a rod instead. There’s plenty biting in the depths of Burrinjuck Dam. From Murray Cod to Carp and Trout, Burrinjuck Waters is famous for its fishing. It’s easy to get the boat out and ideal for water-skiing, kayaking and other water adventures.
Prefer to stay dry? Bring the walking shoes and explore the park’s surrounds, including the famous Hume and Hovell walking track. Enjoy a game of tennis, volleyball or frisbee golf, say hello to the friendly ‘roos and birds, then spend the night chatting with friends around the campfire.
Whether you’re a camper or a caravanner, or you prefer a cabin for all the comforts of home, you’ll be glad you checked in to this lovely part of the Yass Valley. Get comfy, explore the park’s activities and facilities and prepare to create treasured holiday memories.
Fishing in the early morning light. Teaching the kids to water-ski. Toasting marshmallows and spending quality time with loved ones. So take the bait; plan your next getaway to Reflections Holiday Parks Burrinjuck Waters.
*Unfortunately our park is not dog-friendly. For a full list of parks head here.
Check in for both powered and unpowered sites at the park is from 11am, whilst cabins allow check in from 3pm onwards.
If you plan to arrive after office hours (9am – 5pm) please let us know so that we can have all relevant documents waiting for your arrival.
Checkout from both Sites and Cabins is 10am.
Preparing for a holiday can be a massive journey in itself, at Reflections Holiday Parks our aim is to ensure guests are as well equipped as possible before hitting the open road.
If you’re planning a stay in one of our cabins or beach tents we have many of the essentials covered, with linen, towels and kitchenware all provided. All you’ll need is some delicious treats, some comfy clothes, good company and a thirst for adventure.
For guests camping in your tent or setting up shop in your caravan contact the park before you arrive to check what facilities are available in the Camp Kitchen. We also recommend packing a torch and spare batteries, your trusty First Aid Kit, plenty of Insect Repellant, Sun Screen and Hats to keep you sun safe and rubbish bags to keep the park tidy for the next guests on your site.
Oh, and don’t forget the tent pegs too!!
Unfortunately, we do not allow guests to bring dogs to our park however we welcome your four-legged family members to stay at 28 of our parks across NSW.
For the full list of parks please click here.
For all details please refer to our booking terms and conditions HERE.
Although there are BBQ’s and communal firepits/drums conveniently dotted around cabins and powered site areas, you are welcome to move those than are not built in to have your own BBQ or campfire on your site (rules apply – guests must comply with fire restrictions imposed by the Park Manger/Fire Authority, campfires must be contained in a fire pit and always attended, firepits must be up off the ground, by law the collection of firewood from the park is not permitted – firewood can be purchased from the kiosk or outside the park, fires must be completely extinguished after use). No chainsaw use permitted. Fire ban may be in place during the Summer months, please check directly with the park. Allowing fires are also based around weather conditions.