Henry Kendall Reserve

GPS: -31.64081 , 152.79208
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  • Day Use Area
  • Fishing Spot
Queens Lake Road
Laurieton NSW 2443
  • Toilets
  • Tables
  • Extensive Creek frontage for fishing

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Entrance to the Reserve is on the Northern side of Ocean Drive at Laurieton

Last updated by Hanos on 11th February, 2013
Page created by Hanos
Henry Kendall Reserve is a day use area and fishing spot on Stingray Creek, just downstram from Queens Lake at Laurieton
A popular local 'top half of the tide' fishing spot on Stingray Creek. Each end of Queens Lake Road has a turn around point suitable for most rigs.

The location features rock walls and a sandy bottom. The fishable frontage extends for more than 1km.

Lots of shade and plenty of tables. A small area on the Eastern arm has been cleared of rocks to provide a swimming area.

Great spot for a picnic with the chance of a fish thrown-in.

Signs clearly state no camping.
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