Lake Brockman Tourist Park

Lake Brockman Tourist Park

Overlooking the crystal clear waters of Logue Brook Dam, only 10 minutes from Harvey.
Lake Brockman Tourist Park is set in the beautiful surroundings of the state forest, 10 minutes away from the Harvey townsite.

We have caravan & camping facilities, three ablution blocks, a laundry and a camp kitchen for your convenience. If you don’t have a caravan or tent, stay in one of our cosy cabins. 

You can bring your canoe, or swim in the clear fresh water of the dam. You can also fish for trout all year round and catch Marron in-season.

Sit on the Cafe balcony overlooking the forest and dam, while having a fresh coffee, devonshire tea or a light lunch. 

Lake Brockman has both powered and non-powered sites in different sizes to accommodate for those large RV’s, down to the small two-man tents. 

For those that don’t own a tent or Caravan, we have Cabin’s available equipped with reverse-cycle air conditioning and a kitchenette. 

Nestled in the forest overlooking the crystal clear waters of Logue Brook Dam is our adults only glamping retreat. Each of our eco tents sleep 2 people. They have Queen beds (with linen), tea and coffee facilities, including a Nespresso coffee machine. (No running water/water tub supplied) 

Dogs are welcome, but must stay on a lead at all times. No dogs allowed if you’re staying in a Cabin. 

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