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Queens Lakeside Track is a 5.9 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Camden Haven, New South Wales, Australia that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until September.

Distance: 5.9 miles Elevation Gain: 449 feet Route Type: Out & Back

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This short, easy, walk hugs the southern shore of Queens Lake between Lakewood and Henry Kendall Reserve, Laurieton in the beautiful Camden Haven region of NSW. The walk features stands of blackbutt, paperbark and mangroves. Bird life is prolific with waterfowl a feature. The area is ideal koala habitat, so make sure you keep one eye up in the trees. Some sections of the middle and eastern part of this walk are 'assisted' wheelchair accessible.

hiking
5 months ago

Not our cup of tea but a nice walk to break up driving. Would be great for kids or people looking to build fitness. Clear path with a mix of level gravel, boardwalk and clean dirt. Make sure you find a toilet before you start (petrol station as you come into lakeside) as no opportunity after roundabout. Would be a good introductory track to work up to trail running. Very nice easygoing walk though.

mountain biking
8 months ago

just an extremely enjoyable and relaxing lakeside trail with the added feature of raised timber walkways and bridges.It's a credit to the Landcare people who maintain it so professionally highly recommended

hiking
11 months ago

A beautiful trail that takes you around an amazing lake, through the forest, over streams and to some amazing picnic places!

walking
Mon Jan 14 2019

Nice easy walk which you can start anywhere along the track to add or shorten the distance you want to go. Well kept and suitable for young kids.

walking
Tue Jul 31 2012