A beautiful water expanse Kurwongbah in Australia is worth visiting
Kurwongbah is ideally located in Queensland, Moreton Bay Region, Australia. The attraction in this region is Lake Kurwongbah, a beautiful water expanse. It is to the Lake Samsonvale north and is predominately surrounded by residential private acreage. This is a local beauty often forgotten and now it also is broadcasted on National and International sports TV as the most silent backdrop of ‘Lakeside International Raceway’.
Apart from the history of racking, Lake Kurwongbah also houses variety of fish, birds, and native animals, making it an ideal retreat for people loving nature and staying on the water outside.
Activities that anyone would love to participate
• Fishing at Lake Kurwongbah is permitted, but you need to get permit in advane from the Department of Queensland Government Fisheries.
• Fishing seven days a week from the shoreline can be done in specific areas such as Lake Kurwongbah area permitted for day use, the Dayboro Road, Petrie, and Torrens Road, Petrie, from Mick Hanfling Park. Ensure to have your permit at Lake Kurwongbah to fish and also check for fresh updates with Queensland Government Fisheries.
• Using power boats fishing is not allowed, but a paddle boat is permitted if it is a kayak or canoe, between Sundays to Wednesday. Lake Kurwongbah fishing is interesting as you can catch golden perch, silver perch, and bass.
Boating in Lake Kurwongbah
Boating at Lake Kurwongbah is a recreation loved by visitors. In fact, in 2017, skiers and paddlers were given access everyday to the lake, but the zones were kept separate. Now, there is area for paddling and skiing as per the designated zone.
To ascertain visitors ease of use, paddle craft was added at Mick Hanfling Park and the users are asked to wash the watercraft so that spreading of aquatic weeds is prevented. Likewise the power boats using visitors are allowed to sue the Water Ski Zone of Lake Kurwongbah and Queensland.
Plan a picnic lunch and enjoy at Mick Hangling Park. There are picnic shelters, ample parking, and toilet blocks, a great place to relax, enjoy time with a book or friends.
For stay there are many good places like Brisbane B& B and Winery accommodation which is very close to the lake