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Reflections Holiday Parks Copeton Waters

Fishing from a boat on Copeton Dam at Reflections Holiday Parks.
Reflections Holiday Parks Copeton Waters
Reflections Holiday Parks Copeton Waters Cabins
Nature never felt so good
Caravan by the dam at Reflections Holiday Parks Copeton Waters.
Water splash park at Reflections Holiday Parks Copeton Waters.
A family enjoying a picnic at Reflections Holiday Parks Copeton Waters
Kayaking at Reflections Holiday Parks Copeton Waters.
Reflections Holiday Parks Copeton Waters Camp Kitchen
Reflections Holiday Parks Copeton Waters Office and Kiosk

Reflections Holiday Parks Copeton Waters

3533 Copeton Dam Road, Copeton, New South Wales 2360

(02) 6723 6269

copetonwaters@reflectionsholiday.com.au

www.reflectionsholidayparks.com.au/park/copeton-waters

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Murray Cod Fisherfolk come from miles around to indulge in the freshwater fishing mecca of Copeton Dam – but for you the angling action will be right on your doorstep (catch and release only). Water-ski, wake board or kayak the smooth lake waters, which are just perfect for beginners. Or point the kids in the direction of our jumping pillow and water park. Set on 900 hectares of beautiful bushland, this stunning getaway is perfect for groups of all sizes, pick your spot – and your dog can come too, to make it a classic holiday for the whole family. The park features fuel, café, supplies and lure shop on site , while the conference centre is ideal for functions including weddings, school trips or corporate retreats.

Facilities found here

Barbeque, Cafe, Camp Kitchen, Carpark, Communal Kitchen, Communal Refrigerator, Communal Shower, Conference/Function Facilities, Family Friendly, Gas, Golf Course, Laundry, Pet Friendly - Enquire, Playground, Public Telephone, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court, Kiosk,

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.