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Werri Berri picnic area

Thirlmere Lakes National Park

Overview

Werri Berri picnic area is a great spot for picnicking or barbecuing by the lake. You can even walk the nearby Thirlmere Lakes track or visit the Heritage Pump Station.

Type
Picnic areas
Where
Thirlmere Lakes National Park
Accessibility
Medium
Price
Free
Entry fees
Park entry fees apply
Please note
  • Remember to take binoculars if you want to birdwatch
  • You'll need to bring your own drinking water
  • Fires are not allowed in the park
  • There is limited/no mobile reception in this park

Werri Berri picnic area is fantastic for family outings and is just a short drive from Tahmoor and Picton. Pack a rug, something to cook, and a frisbee, then you’ll be all set for a lovely day out.

Unroll your picnic blanket under the shade of a eucalyptus tree, then open a book, sit back and relax in this charming and scenic spot. This uncrowded lakeside location is the perfect place for enjoying a feast thanks to its flat, grassy surface and free gas barbecues.

For those who want more activity, you can take an easy walk along the Thirlmere Lakes walking track, or check out some local history at the nearby Heritage Pump Station.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

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