LAKE ST CLAIR Caretaker Lake St Clair Recreational Park Telephone: (02) 6577 3370 Singleton Visitor Information Centre New England Highway, Singleton NSW 2330 1800 449 888 T 02 6571 5888 F 02 6571 5999 E email@example.com W W W. S I N G L E TO N TO U R I S M . CO M . AU LAKE ST CLAIR PLEASE CONSIDER THE ENVIRONMENT BY RE-DISTRIBUTING OR RECYCLING Lake St Clair LAKE FACILITIES Lake St Clair is nestled among the undulating hills at the foot of Mt Royal or F more information on what to see and 11 powered camp sites Range approximately 30 minutes north of Singleton. do in the Singleton area, contact the Visitor 38 hectares of land to camp The lake provides a premium outdoor leisure facility. Swimming, sailing, Information Centre on 1800 449 888. water skiing, camping and shing are only a few of the popular activities Concrete boat ramp enjoyed on the lake. Electric and wood red BBQ’s For the keen shermen Lake St Clair has been stocked with Bass, Golden Toilet and shower blocks and Sliver Perch and Cat sh. The restocking of sh into the lake by the NSW State Fisheries and local shing clubs is ongoing. ENTRY FEES (01/07/2009 - 30/06/2010) One day visitor Pass (per car) $ 6.50 Lake St Clair was formed by Glennies Creek Dam in 1983. The dam supplies water for domestic use in Singleton, irrigation, coal mining, and stock One day visitor Pass (motorcycle) $ 2.50 purposes. The dams biggest users are the vineyards and pasture lands. Boat Entry (inc. car) per visit $ 7.30 The foreshores of Lake St Clair provide attractive areas for picnicking and Boat Entry (inc. car) 12 month pass $ 110.00 barbeques, and the road following the eastern shoreline on Carrowbrook CAMPING FEES Road is a particularly scenic drive. Per site/per night GETTING THERE (Up to 2 Adults & 2 Children) $ 16.50 From the Visitor Information Centre travel north over the Singleton Powered site per night Crossing Bridge. At the tra c lights approximately 0.5 km past the bridge (Up to 2 Adults & 2 Children) $ 23.00 turn right into Bridgman Road. Travel along Bridgman Road which leads Additional person per night $ 6.00 onto Carrowbrook Road for 35 km. Children under 5 are free A turn o to the left 27 km out will lead you to the Glennies Creek Dam wall, or continuing another 8 km you will reach the St Lake Clair Bookings are essential, please contact the Lake St Clair caretaker on recreation reserve and boat ramp. 02 6577 3370 for more information. FISHING LICENCES Fishing Licences are essential* for shing and are valid throughout NSW for both fresh and salt water shing. *Excluding Pension concession card holders and Returned Servicemen 3 Days $6.00 1 Month $12.00 1 Year $30.00 3 Years $75.00 Licences are available from the St Lake Clair caretaker or at the Singleton Visitor Information Centre.