Glenlyon Dam Tourist Park is currently open with COVID-19 guidelines under Queensland Health.
PLEASE NOTE: Access to Glenlyon Dam via Mingoola is open. Alternate access routes. Tenterfield via Stanthorpe on the Texas Road [approximately 2 hours] or Tenterfield via Bonshaw / Texas on the Bruxner Highway [approximately 2.5 hrs].
A Queensland Border Crossing eGate Application is available via the Southern Downs Regional Council website.
Glenlyon Dam Tourist Park is located 67km west of Tenterfield, just across the border in QLD. Located on the banks of Glenlyon Dam, the Tourist Park has stunning views and is surrounded by wildlife. This is the ideal destination to relax and unwind and has become a fishing haven for keen anglers.
Glenlyon Dam Tourist Park offers unpowered & powered sites looking over the dam and rolling hills and air-conditioned cabins (not self-contained) that sleep 4-5 people. It’s necessary to bring your own sheets, pillows, blankets and a basket of plates and cutlery. Cabins sleep five with handy external power points for extra fridges and the like. Outside of each cabin is a picnic table and BBQ area. . Glenlyon Dam Tourist Park has it all to make your stay a memorable one
Keen anglers Husband & wife Brian & Debbie Dare run this family owned and operated park. Established for over 26 years the Glenlyon Dam Tourist Park has become a home away from home for anglers and families from all over. In the kiosk Debbie provides a selection of lures and spinner baits for sale with dam track records.
Brian Dare has all the spots and techniques to get you a fish. Talk to Brian at the kiosk for advice on all that’s swimming in the dam & surrounding rivers.
Bookings are essential for the fishing season. Call Brian & Debbie today to secure a booking at Glenlyon Dam Tourist Park “ A great place to fish!”
No domestic pets or Generators