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Connolly Dam Camping Ground

OVERNIGHT CAMPING has reopened from Friday 4 September under the following guidelines:

  • There will be a minimum of 15m between campsites
  • Contact details of campers will be required for contact tracing purposes
  • Social distancing of 1.5m applies
  • Wall mounted sanitiser dispensers have been installed
  • Numbers of campers permitted in each campsite will be restricted in line with the COVID Safe Industry Plan.

If you have any questions please call 1300 697 372.

Connolly Dam camping ground offers an alternative for bush camping and self-contained caravans.


Connolly Dam camping ground is located at 1010 Connolly Dam Road, Silverwood, Warwick 4370. Part of Connolly Dam Road is gravel and the access roads within the camping grounds are all gravel.


Connolly Dam has 20 unpowered grass sites, for self-contained caravans and tent campers. There are no designated sites and are available on a first come first served basis.


  • 1 toilet block with disabled facilities

  • Hot showers (on a timer)

  • Dump point for caravans

  • Swimming

  • Canoeing (non-motorised only)


The site has a self-registration system and Council Officers visit daily to collect payments and check campers have registered correctly.

There is a box on site with self-registration camping forms which are self-explanatory.

No pre-bookings are available.

Please note campers can stay a maximum of 7 days only. 


Fees are set yearly by Council.

View fees for this financial year. (PDF 981.1KB)

Camping Rules

  • No campfires

  • All flora & fauna is protected

  • All vehicles to remain on formed roads and other designated areas

  • Noise curfew is 10:30pm to 6am

  • Camping is restricted to areas designated by the Caretaker

Absolutely NO

  • Campfires or bonfires

  • Dogs, cats or domestic pets, horses and livestock

  • Glass bottles

  • Explosive devices and weapons

  • Unregistered motor vehicles

  • Camping beyond high water mark

  • Powered boats (excluding electric powered)

For further details, please contact Council on 1300 697 372.

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